I've got a bee in my bonnet recently and it's because of all the photos that have been put up that are cropped from their original size and dimensions. Personally I feel (and please feel free to disagree) that cropping an image later in photoshop is just a bit sloppy. especially if it isn't cropped with a 3:2 aspect ratio. to me it just screams out "Yeah, I admit it, it looked a bit pants so I gave it a bit of the 'omglolartistic crop' action in photoshop to try and rescue some merit in the photograph. To me it sort of defeats the purpose of having a viewfinder or even bothering to compose a shot properly before hand if you intend to pick the photo you actually wanted in photoshop. Seems a bit silly to me. If there's a shot there that you like then take the time to find it, spend 5 minutes getting the composition just right. and if the composition isn't there then there probably isn't a decent shot to be had so don't snap it anyway and try and force it later in photoshop by whipping out your marquee tool and going wild. Fair enough there are times when a bit of a cropping is necessary or you are purposefully wishing to have a square image or whatever but i think on the whole if everyone took that extra couple of seconds to compose then there'd be no need to bodge out a crop later. Is it just me?