In a nutshell, my use of my recently acquired DxO for my m4/3rd Panasonic cameras and m4/3rd lenses (Panasonic and Olympus) has resulted in so-much sharper and color-balanced images, that I reluctantly am considering getting rid of my older fixed-lens APS-C (Sony DSC-R1), which model and excellent lens are disappointingly not available for RAW correction by DxO. (I'm in a similar situation with my older Nikon 35mm film lenses, which I use with the Photodiox m4/3 shift adapter.) I anticipate I eventually will then have to consider acquiring a newer APS-C camera (and lenses) which DxO Labs have already tested and incorporated in their software. All this is both exciting and frustrating. I will have to see what additional improvement this quantum jump in my m4/3 image quality with DxO might "necessitate" for me. Maybe I've reached my plateau of satisfaction (if that is possible for any photographer). But some of those new greater-metapixel cameras are tempting.