As of January 2013, the official Kepler pipeline has detected over 2700 planet candidates. Understanding the distribution of planet sizes, however, remains difficult due to unknown pipeline completeness (i.e. the number of missed planets). Using my own transit search pipeline called “TERRA,” I searched for planets in the quietest 12,000 solar-type stars in the Kepler sample. I detected 129 planet candidates, 37 of which were previously unpublished. Finally, I characterized the number of missed planets through a suite of injection and recovery experiments and produced the de-biased distribution of planet sizes. Remarkably, one in six sunlike stars, hosts a 1-2 Earth-radius planet within 0.25 AU. Also, the rapid rise in planet occurrence toward smaller planet size shown in Howard et al. (2012) stops at ~2.0 Earth-radii, suggesting some aspect of planet formation physics turns off at roughly twice the size of Earth.