I agree, I was looking out for the people who might be impressionable enough to buy into your snake oil garbage and I assumed you knew better, sorry if I overestimated you.Honestly, I am totally gobsmacked by the abusive resistance from the CR "regulars" to the suggestion that Canon should drop the "crop-frame" system.
Like I said, it kind of sounds logical, but is completely erroneous and you are doing those that don't know better a huge disservice by repeating such utter garbage.
I read canonrumors for many years, and I see consumers in North America complaining of how Canon is a greedy company. I also see many snub the APS-C users, as if they were ignorant and undemanding people.
There is a wide range of photographers on this planet, and not everyone has the money to full frame, or do not want to carry more heavy and expensive equipment.
Here in Brazil, a ordinary Canon 6D + 24-105mmL is being sold in Canon official store at a price equal to 4,700 US dollars.
There is the option to buy cameras from smugglers, and without warranty valid.
I live in a city with 6 million inhabitants, where 90% of marriages are photographed with a Canon 60D or 7D + 18-135mm lens + flash.
In Nikon side is used D90 or D7000 + 18-105mm + flash.
Someone keeps thinking that in the future all cameras will be full frame?