Great reading about the A6000 here. I'm still thinking about a second camera for macro. Last summer I asked about the NEX 7 vs my 6 specifically regarding possible detail for macro and came away thinking that there wouldn't be enough of a difference between results from the two due to other features in the cameras and how the data was processed. I'm happy with most of my macro results; and I know I can do better with what I already have. That said, now we have the A7 and soon the A6000, both with 24.3 sensors (A7R is not possible for me and I guess not the choice for moving insects anyway). So I have a real basic question - since the maximum still shot size from both cameras is 20 megs and they use the same processor, the resulting resolution would be basically the same, right? If an insect, for instance, is shot so that it fills the frame on the A6000's 24.3 sensor and again on the FF A7 with its 24.3 sensor and a FF lens, is the possible detail result the same in theory, not counting differences in lenses? My two legacy macro lenses are of course full frame, but I like not worrying about distortion on the outside edges of those lenses. I'm generally satisfied with APS-C, just wondering if noticeably more detail is likely with either of these cameras and then, if the FF is a factor at all strictly regarding detail. I realize we'll get some great detail comparison shots once the A6000 is released, but I'd like to know if I'm thinking correctly about this or if I'm missing something obvious to most of you! Thanks everyone!