I am, but that is completely irrelevant to the point. The old 10MB file size limit made much more sense as we're talking server bandwidth here. For example you can have two different images, one being a 20MP jpeg from a camera that's only a few MB, yet you can have PNG files much smaller in resolution but take up the same space. The size limit isn't a problem for PNG files, but if I upload files straight off my camera then yes, it's annoying as ****
having to resize them every time.
It's a quality of life thing, and it makes no sense why it was implemented. Resolution has little to do with file size unless it's an uncompressed format. You can have a gigantic 50MP jpeg that takes less than 1MB, and you can have a 2MP BMP file that takes over 5MB. See the issue?