We can see what the sensor can do if the AAF is lowered via the test results of the E-P1. It is incredibly said, if not stupid to bring out the E-620 in June 2009 and then in July 2009 bring out the E-P1 with the TruePic V and a lower AAF. It makes the E-620 out dated in 30 days or less. I bet we might line up to buy the E-620 with a TruePic V processor and lower AAF. As for now, I am not going to buy a E-620 (I have the E-510) as the resolution is about the same even with 2.3 MP more. Yes I know that a 20% increase in MP gives about a 5% improvement but the combination of the above goes from about 2200 lph to 2500 to 2700 lph and no moire. Go figure. When I look at the blur results of say Canon lens (not all) and I compare them to Olympus, I shake my head at just how much better olympus makes the lenses and at a good price to boot! How about an E-5 with dual TruePic V and a 15 MP sensor? Too much to ask for?