So I finally ordered my first print of one of my images I've taken since getting my m43. The print (at the bottom of the post), is from an image that I took in Shanghai when I was there for work last fall. It was taken with my Panasonic G6, Panasonic 12-35 f/2.8, and Ultrapod II mini tripod. This is the image. I ordered a 30" x 20" canvas print from CG Pro Prints with the black frame, and my total came to $99 delivered. It arrived roughly 5 business days later (from Colorado to western Pennsylvania), and I couldn't be happier. I also included some "detail" shots from the print to show the detail in the print, but you always hear about how "16MP isn't enough, we need more MP". Well, this was a 3:2 crop from the G6's sensor (not the newest sensor in m43), that I enlarged to 6000 x 4000 in PSE 12 so that it was printed at 200 ppi. I've heard it from many people, but it really is true that for 99% of the people out there, they are the weakest link in their system, not the camera. Learn how to use it, learn how to compose and expose better, and and your images will get better. I think that the print came out great, and the build quality of the frame is excellent. I can't wait to get it up on the wall this weekend.