I washed it through again. Go back and reload the page and you'll see the new version.
I used Photoshop CS6 and then Photoshop CC. I recently downloaded the trial version of Photoshop CC. The cool thing about the CC version is the new Camera RAW Filter within Photoshop. You can do what you can with the RAW file in Camera RAW (ACR), then open the file in PS and do what you can. Then open the new Camera RAW filter and the settings in ACR then will all be back to default, so you can add more NR and play with the settings again. You can keep repeating this (what I call washing it through) until you get what you want. There will be a point, of course, where you will just make a mess if you go too far. But being able to use NR in the Camera RAW Filter more than once really works out nicely.