Sort by file size and/or pixel dimensions

I am constantly frustrated by the lack of ability to sort by file size or pixel dimension. I have many versions of the same images, and often want to find the biggest one, or one of a certain size, and it's very time consuming to have to scan all the numbers in the metadata instead of being able to sort. Please add this.
Thanks!

DevMeta will allow you to filter/collect by width and height dimensions.
PixelCountMetadata will allow you to filter/collect by total number of pixels (width x height).
Now that I'm thinking about it, I should probably have just added the pixelcount metadata to DevMeta, but I didnt..., yet...
PS - I dont use PixelCountMetadata, since I only have originals in Lightroom. All resized copies are kept outside of Lightroom. Consider TreeSync if you regularly keep variously sized copies at the ready for various purposes... And, lastly, ExportManager will help you keep all your trees up2date, if you have more than one.
I then use ACDSee to find photos in the exported copies or run slideshows, or serve on the house net, or email...
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