Hello All, While shopping at the electronics store (BB), the salesperson told me that the way to judge a good digital camera was to take a very close picture of something using the macro function and then view its quality on the lcd screen. He went on to demonstrate this with two equally priced cameras ($200), one being a Samsung and the other a Canon (Powershot SD790). I was so impressed by the quality of the image taken by the Canon over the image taken by the Samsung that i immediatley sprung for it. Is this an accurate way to judge the overall picture taking quality of a digital point and shoot camera? Or was i duped and it just means that the camera takes better close up pics or has a better lcd screen? Thanks in advance.