Dare I mention the word K-K-Ken again? (Anyone see A Fish Called Wanda?) I am contemplating another camera because I hate how my EPL2 turns that lovely gold morning/evening light into red. (Does anyone else have this problem by the way?) Anyway in the context of the Nikon D3200 K-Ken was talking about how he shoots high megapixel cameras on the 6MP setting. Having seen what my American g/f's 2005 model, 6MP Olympus SP500UZ (with P and S sized sensor) is capable of I wonder why I am too scared to follow suit. It did get me wondering however if turning off a few strategically placed pixels might up the light sensitivity of it's neighbours. I am not quite sure why I think that.. something about not mowing the lawn in the weekends and giving your neighbours a break from noise? I would be most grateful for your thoughts on the subject.