And will it force improvements in m43 sensors, and/or force Canon's hand in the mirrorless segment? I have to admit, just from handling some of the existing NEX cameras, and reading specs of the NEX-7, I haven't been that impressed. But after reading the Luminous Landscape review, I'm forced to reconsider. I still think the combination of tiny bodies and large lenses is awkward, but if Michael Reichmann likes the way it handles I need to pay attention. Right now I'm invested in m43 and Canon EOS, so I'm actually hoping a mirrorless body with this level of image quality forces Panasonic to up it's game with sensor technology, or that Canon responds with an excellent small(er) series of bodies that might take existing EOS lenses. If not, though, I may have to seriously consider a system switch one of these days. In any case, I'll be paying a lot more attention to the NEX lineup than I did in the past.