After reading and reading and reading about crop factors, focal length, field of view and depth of focus, I still have one question. While I understand that the u4/3 sensor only collects half the light image directed through the lens and therefore has a half crop, doesn't that also mean that you have 12.3 million pixels in that cropped image? If so, how is this a disadvantage? It would seem to me that you basically have 33% more pixels than the full frame M9 for the same field of view. I may have this completely wrong, which is why I ask.