But its not a real problem, Canon sensors are great. As I said, the DR "problem" is massively overrated by sub par photographers who don't know how to properly expose a photo and internet trolls who do nothing but study DxO like its the Bible and obsess over camera specs. Pro sports, wildlife, wedding, landscape and studio photographers have been taking amazing photos for years with Canon DSLRs, and they have gotten by just fine with the DR in the current bodies. These "Canon needs at least 14 stop of DR and at least a 90 rating from DxO in its next camera or it will be worthless and Im selling all my gear and switching to Sony!!" threads are ridiculous but quite comical.
You are absolutely hilarious. I bet if Canon had the worlds greatest sensor, and the worst AF, you'd be going on about how IQ is all that matters; and how "people were making award winning images with no AF for years". Your arguments are so convoluted that you contradict yourself on every thread you jump into with this nonsense. World renowned, award winning photographers are picking up Sony sensor equipped cameras for the IQ. Maybe they know something you don't. Phase One, Hasselblad, and Pentax have introduced MF cameras using Sony sensors. Maybe that ought to tell you something.