Some one earlier wrote:QuoteNo AA filter = not positive for anything but the company making the camera (AA filters are very expensive optical devices). Removing it does not help image quality, and it does hurt image quality of still images.
Do you use cameras with and without the AA filters? I shoot the D800, 5DIII, D800E, D810 and the D7100. In ALL cases, for my most detailed landscape work at low ISO, the cameras without the AA filter produce superior IQ Images to ones that have the AA filter and I have the large prints (3 feet by 2 feet average size) to prove it.
Sorry Bruce, your real life experience doesn't count. There have been various arguments on this topic and the CR experts have all agreed that no AA filter produces a worse image. Your real life experience is not going to trump the opinions of the CR experts.