After reading so many posts here and there about sensor dust, my question is why are some people so obsessed about keeping their sensors clean? C'mon, who shoots at a blue sky at f/32 on a normal basis? I've shot at small apetures before but sensor dust isn't an issue until stopped down to f/16 and smaller. When there are spots in my shots, they're easily cloned out with Photoshop. My Rocket Blower has been sufficient enough in removing most of the dust from the sensor even after changing lenses in dusty and humid environments. I know there are some wonderful products that can remove a lot more dust that the blower can't budge but why physically touch the sensor in the first place? I'll have more peace of mind knowing my sensor surface is "virgin" and untouched. I've never done a physical cleaning ever since my 300D Rebel days and I have no reason to do it today.
I would like to see some real world situation pictures that sensor dust affected your shot. Show me.