I'm just getting into cameras a bit more "seriously", so I've been looking for something better than my point and click. I'd avoided looking at the SLR's, as I think they would be wasted on me, not to mention the cost. So I'd sorta settled on the upgraded model of the - don't laugh - Fuji S9500 ( S9100 in the US? ) when they come available. I'd read a review on dpreview and it seemed to do quite well. However, several people who know more about cameras have rubbished it, saying that it's nothing more than an SLR wannabe, and that I should spend the extra and get a real SLR. I could probably stretch to one of the new Canon 400D's with a lens kit ( http://www.bestcameras.co.uk/shop/a...e_Canon_Eos_400d___18_55_Canon_lens_1271.html ), but apparently that lens is underpowered, and not worth having, so I'm sorta stuck. I want something better than a point and click, but I can't afford to spend £500 buying the Canon and nearly £200 for a new lens. Has anyone had experience of the S9500 and/or the Canon with the lens? Any advice would be much appreciated.