What's up? I'll soon be buying a new camera for short film, advertising, and experimental work. In the past, I've shot a half hour short film using a Sony 1 CCD DV handycam. The story was good, but the picture quality varied. Borrowed from my school, I've used a Canon GL1 for two commercials here recently. The difference in quality was amazing. I'm curious, for those who have used both, how better is the quality in a DVX100a? This is disregarding the 24p fps difference and just focusing on the image quality itself. Now, I'm getting ready to purchase my own higher grade camera and find myself at a crossroad. The DVX100a seems like what I want in a camera, but Panasonic upcoming HD camera seems enticing. Primarily, it's the ability to shoot 60p fps at 720. The downside is the expense of the memory being used. For those who have followed the progress of that camera, do you think it's worth passing on the DVX100a and springing for the HD model?