Can anyone clarify the proper context in which to look at the X10's sensor? Unfortunately, on the other forum, much of it turns into flames, so I figured here is the better place to ask. I understand how EXR technology works, I believe. Now if someone shoots in 12MP mode, the hardware interpolates to 12mp from 6mp eq. photosites, correct? If someone shoots in 6MP EXR, can the sensor be looked at as a being advantageous for that size, or what is the story with the pixel pitch and so on and other statistics? Basically, is it a 6MP sensor that will perform at extremely high levels (theoretically) when set there purely because it's a larger sensor for 6mp sites? My wording is all messed up, I know, but it seems to me that there is some geometric conflict, such as the sensor being 6mp, but having adjacent sites anyway, so pixel pitch might not be what one would get excited about if shooting in 6mp mode. Additionally, do EXR modes still allow PASM type usage or do they default to a program type mode?