Hi everyone, I've just been browsing through Ars Technica's review of the latest release of Aperture. Apart from thinking 'ooo, shiny', I also got to wondering about my own (crappy) photography. I'm still on my first digital camera. It's a consumer-grade Sony from about 3 years ago. There's not a lot else to be said about it, apart from one thing. Digital photography got me to experiment. The theory behind it was all well and good, but the instant feedback of digital let me experiment and play with every setting I could find. I could figure out for myself what produced certain effects in a given environment and with a particular subject. I could re-shoot with different exposures, flash settings and shutter speeds. I'm by no means a 'photographer', but at least I've escaped the mindset of "it's dark, so I need the flash on". What I'm considering now is moving on to a better camera, with more than just the basic abilities. Now, I'm still no where near understanding exactly what this mythical 'new camera' should feature... I just want something I can explore a little bit more with. Does anyone have any suggestions about what I should consider? Thanks!