Mike Johnston in "The Online Photographer" remarked, "This [the ablity of the average photographer to engage in the digital technical debate - pixel peeping] has resulted in a whole generation of photographers who have been constantly reinforced in the notion that "image quality" is an essential building-block of a successful photograph. Actually, it isn't. Actually, it isn't at all." This struck a chord with me because I was able to return to photography becasue of the convenience of digital photography. I think he's right; and even though I'm still interested in quality digital files, it makes me think more careful about what I'm in it for.