Or not. Just wanted to post something that I always found interesting when comparing cameras on specs alone. You know the Hubble telescope we have floating up there taking those awesome photographs of space? Well, it wasn't even 3 mega-pixels: "Each of the four CCDs contains 640,000 pixels. The light collected by each pixel is translated into a number. These numbers (all 2,560,000 of them) are sent to ground-based computers, which convert them into an image." HubbleSite - WFPC2 It's something I try to keep in mind when buying cameras or phones. Pixels aren't the end all-be all of photography. Don't get stuck on MP envy; it's not how big, it's how you use it. I'm very happy with my smaller mega-pixel Epic and no longer feel the need for carrying a spare camera around. Three batteries and my phone make a great recording device on trips.