This is how I feel. It's nice that various sites attempt these types of tests, but I feel as though the technology has reached a point where there is little practical value to these tests. For owners who care about these sorts of things, it can provide some bragging rights or confirmation bias in affirming a purchase decision that has already been made. But, I would never make a decision to buy or not buy a product based on test results from Mr. Claff, DXO or DPR. That's not meant as a put down, but rather just an acknowledgement that technology has improved to the point where "technically measurable but functionally identical" has become the norm....we are at a place where the improvements are technically measurable but functionally identical.