I haven't "changed" any quote. And you claimed I was misinformed about how the contest works (I wasn't, as the bolded quotes confirm), you suggested I said you needed to write shorter posts (when I said the exact opposite), and most importantly, in your bid to flood the forums with spam posts you're telling people complete nonsense (such as claiming the K-7 has no cross-type sensors when 9 of its 11 points are cross-type, for example).
If you read back (which I know you won't), you'll see all I said from the first post on this topic was a gentle suggestion that you post fewer but longer, more informative and better researched posts - both because it'd help your odds at the contest, and more importantly because you might actually offer something positive or useful to other forum members, rather than drowning them in a morass of content-free or downright misinformational posts.
I don't respond well to personal attacks. You can say whatever you want about how my posting skills are compared to everyone else, but don't say it to my face because that is one of the rudest things that you can do somewhere like this, especially out in the open like this, and it's something that I am getting very, very tired of.
I got your suggestion, but you claimed it was against the rules of the contest at first, and points would be deducted if I made small posts, which isn't true. Each post is based one a single point, and the shorter it is the less of that point you get, but you can never get a negative point in this contest.
rparmar; Please look at the excellent photos shot by many people here and tell me how they would be better with another brand.
Revolutionary thought! The quality of the picture is more important than the brand that captured it! There are lot of photographers who have spent plenty on their eqipment that would have trouble assessing that idea. But I am not one.
This post totally confused me until I realised that you were not disagreeing with me, but were actually quoting me in the first paragraph!