The Pentax K-3 II knows the pixel-shifting trick that Hasselblad and Olympus use, but Pentax doesn't try to get higher resolution from the technique. Instead, it just reads the intensities of all colors at all photosites on the sensor, eliminating anti-mosaicing errors and the moire patterns that a Bayer filter often produces. The improvements in detail and color fidelity can be stunning, as Imaging Resource has shown. I love this approach! It renders the beautifully accurate textures that used to be the sole domain of Foveon and medium format sensors, without bulking the photo up with ultra-high resolution that I don't need. Olympus uses finer technology than Pentax's to create higher-resolution images, but there's little difference in image quality when the images are scaled for comparison. Since I don't need 40MP jpegs, and the huge file sizes are actually a hindrance for me, I would be delighted if Olympus updated the E-M5 II firmware to give us the option of a pixel-shifting "high resolution" mode without higher resolution. A 16MP image with all-color sampling at each photosite would be ideal for me. I understand that high resolution is important to some people, and that 40MP resolution is an answer to full-frame enthusiasts, but a high-res mode without higher res would meet my needs perfectly.