I fully understand what you say, and think that is sound logic and a sound approach. I am not an organic obsessed person, but if the option is there, and it isn’t outrageously overpriced, as some items are, I will buy organic vs. non-organic. I figure at worst it couldn’t hurt. Again, thanks for that link. I had been looking for something like that as it helps focus where one should spend extra if they so desire.
I also agree with what others have stated, that many "organic" products simply have better ingredients…real sugar, no hydrogenated fats, etc. Even if the "organic" benefit is limited, avoiding other problem ingredients makes them worth while.