it depends on what your final goal is. Me personally, my local pro-lab asks for my files in sRGB (and produces fantastic results), so I just shoot right to sRGB. aRGB has a slightly wider color gamut, but nothing that ever changed the overall value of one of my images. Since I shoot in RAW, I could always swap back to aRGB at a later date if I needed to anyway.
|"Hole in the Wall" by gordonpritchard|
|This is Osterdeich by Olaf R|
from Sports Fan(s)
|Rufous Hummingbird by jdc562|
from A Big Year - birds
|SALUTING by TX Photo Doc|
from - The True Blue American Male - (Portrait in Full Colours Only + A Border)