Here's a shot from yesterday, raw file developed in LR 4.4, sharpened in Nik. The reduced size doesn't really bring justice to the camera or the Nik Pro Sharpener. See below for my details.
For a more in study comparison with Nik and Lightroom and SOOC jpg's, head over to this thread at DPReview forum.
Here's another shot from 8. May this year. I was awarded a medal for one of my missions in Afghanistan in 2010! I would never bring a big dSLR to such a ceremony! But my Fujixfilm X100s fitted right in this situation.
So, I gave the camera to my brother, who doesn't know a thing about cameras, and he took a picture of me (to the left), the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (middle) and my wife, Joy, obviously to the right ;) The settings were ISO 3200 (auto iso), shutter 1/125, aperture f/4.0. Again, this picture is developed from the Raw file, no noise reduction, no sharpening in Lightroom, all sharpening is done in Nik Pro Sharpener 3.0. In this picture there's a lot of details which clearly would have been a mess if sharpened in Lightroom!
Here's another picture from the restaurant. Rawfile processed in Lightroom 4.4 and sharpened in Nik Pro Sharpener 3.0. Camera settings: f/2.0 @ 1/35 sec, ISO 6400!