Changing the color profile in Lightroom and set it to any profile, including (and most visibly on) camera type profiles, will make (especially) the skin tones very/only yellow.This issue occurs only on Sony A6600 RAW files.Please note that the issue is NOT related (or influenced by/triggered by/associated with):- monitors (3 type of monitors, various brands, tested)- PC specs (2 pc, low & high specs)- other cameras (have been tested and the issue does not occur on the following: Canon EOS 1D (2002 model), Sony A6000, A7, A7s, A7iii)- software (Lightroom is at it's latest version, with auto-updates configured and it is an official license, mobthly subscription)- camera settings (regardlless of WB, WB Shift or any other settings, profiles, the issue occurs)- lens/lens attachments (regardless of the lens/lens attachments, the issue occurs)- time/location (the issue occurs regardless of the photo being taken outdoors/indoors, day/night/artifical light)Also, please note that further investigations point to either:1. The way Sony A6600 is reading and writing color on raw files (it is more of a guess, based on on-field comparison between A6000, A7iii and A6600, shooting the same image with the same lens and setting, WB being on Auto, Custom (K) or Daylight)2. The way Lightroom understands the latest algorithms from this camera. (Also a guess, based on the fact that A6600 is the latest Sony camera. More so, the camera has the latest and newest Sony algorithms).I will further investigate as Lightroom updates will appear amd I will update this post as more informations are being tested/discovered.