Be careful. Saying things like that on these forums is likely to brine the Ire of the Canonites down upon you. ;P
Ire? No. But at this point I would like to see a new forum rule. Before complaining about a Canon sensor vs. any other sensor on the market, one must post RAW files in accordance with the following:
* Scene must be real world and not a contrived test scene.
* Both cameras must be shot at the same time under the same lighting conditions.
* Exposure must be optimal and correct for each sensor (which means it may or may not be the same for each sensor).
* Any converted examples (JPEGs) for forum display must include at least one pair where standard RAW converter settings are applied to each, and this pair must clearly illustrate the issue being complained about.
* The RAW files with full EXIF must be provided for download so that others may offer corrections and advice.
* Failure to comply results in either a locked thread with the reason given (i.e. "This is thread is locked because the author underexposed a black cat in a coal mine and then pushed the exposure 5+ stops in ACR with no NR"), or a deleted thread with a warning to the offender. Repeated attempts? Ban.
This would instantly kill 99% of the trolling, fantasy, and worthless chatter on the subject. But someone with legitimate testing and insight could start an interesting conversation grounded in reality.