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Even shooting raw alone, there is (or at least should be) a jpeg embedded in there for previewing and quick review purposes.

Shooting raw + jpeg gives you the best of both worlds, the detriment is that it can slow the frame rate down shooting continuously and/or place a lower limit on the number of continuous shots you can take. This varies from one model to the next and it might not even be an issue depending on what you're shooting.

The other thing is that it eats more space, but it looks like that's a non-issue as well and worst comes to worst, memory cards are getting cheaper and cheaper.
 
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