Yup, now that the D2X has settled in as my main camera, the D200 as the backup (roles reversing when I want to shed a pound), and the D70 is scheduled to be traded with a friend for modeling time, that just leaves the D100... So, it's "guinie pig" time: cruel and inhuman experiments:8Ball: . One of the "Christmas break" projects is to tear it down, remove the sensor board, breech the chip (pry off the cover glass) pump in hot aliaphatic solvents until the microlenses and the Bayer filters disolve totally and wash away (others who have done this report success with Toluol and Carbon Tet , but I'm going to try MEK instead of Carbon Tet first) add a new quartz window to the chip, and put it all back together. No AA filter, because moire is so much harder to see in B&W. Then dcRaw decoding the raw file and feeding it into my own little image processor, to equalize the channels, apply a tone curve, and knock noise down a bit, and we're off and running. Just like the good old days... Based on my experiments with monochrome images from a Foveon camera, and B&W conversions on D100, D70, and D2X images, I'm expecting a 6mp monochrome D100 image to outresolve a 12mp D2X. If everything works as expected, and there's interest, I may market D70m and D200m this spring I'd expect d200m to outresolve anything else out there, including a 22mp Mamiya ZD medium format digital.