It appears from most recent rumors that the Prime is going to ship with a 5mp camera as opposed to the more typical 8mp. I know a lot of people are getting tripped up thinking that automatically 5mp<8mp but I do not share this reasoning. I am more concerned about the quality of the sensor. I would much rather have a great quality 5 mp sensor than a crappy 8 mp sensor that was only designed to cram as many mp as possible on the sensor. So, I know that the Prime's camera can be the best overall camera out there, even with the reduced mp, IF the designers were going for all out performance as opposed to just having a high mp number. My question is, does anyone know if this is the case? Did the designers try and use the best sensor they could, and disregard the silly mp stat, or did they simply use an older 5mp sensor to save some money? I would be super happy if this is a departure from the same ole/same ole and a manufacturer actually was ballsy enough to depart from the typical ways of just trying to max out specs to fool the average consumer and instead designed a really good sensor focused on producing the best images. I have no intention of blowing up cell phone pics to poster size, and am only interested in taking high quality images that can be zoomed in on to a reasonable degree and still have good resolution.