I quite enjoyed Steve Gosling's piece about ditching the DSLR in favour of a CSC for landscapes. However, I am disappointed that the article does not make it clear (I don't think it's even mentioned) that Steve's enthusiasm for Olympus and Gitzo is qualified by the fact that he is sponsored by both Olympus cameras and Gitzo tripods. Olympus, in particular, were heavily promoted in this 'article'. Whilst I appreciate that the world of photography benefits from these sponsorship/ambassador deals, I think it is critical that magazines make it clear to readers when an article is written by someone in this position. For my part, the fact that Steve has a commercial relationship with Olympus and Gitzo rather undermined the message as I was left thing, 'well he would say that, wouldn't he?' That's not to say that Steve does not produce excellent images, he clearly does. However, AP has a responsibility to ensure that it remains neutral. I am actually no clearer on whether we should be ditching our DSLRs, I already knew that Olympus would prefer us to!