Okay, I've read through half the "Which one should I get" threads on these forums, so I know what you guys recommend for the most part, and I know as a rookie photographer it won't really matter all that much as long as I like the grip and take smart shots. However, just for reassurance purposes, I'm trying to determine which cam I should drop my $ on. My budget is $500-$800, so the D70, D70s and D80 are a little out of my reach, and the Canon XTi is just barely attainable... I've been looking at the D50, Canon XT, and the Olympus e-volt E-500. They are all priced close to the same, but one thing I noticed is I could get the Olympus with 2 lenses...and wondered if the lenses were decent, and if the value was better because I was getting a wider angle lense and a zoom lense...or if I should just get the D50 body and buy a single lense myself. Choices: 1. Nikon D50 kit is 6MP with an 18-55 lense ($500-$600) 2. Nikon D50 Digital Camera with Nikon 28-80mm G Autofocus Lens ($515) 3. Olympus Evolt E500 is 8MP with 14-45mm f, 3.5-5.6 & 40-150mm f, 3.5-4.5 Zuiko Lenses ($650) And then of course, there's the Canon XT and XTi's, which I'm leaning away from. Any tips/thoughts/opinions (as long as they are constructive ) are welcome!