Hey everybody, I started out in the DSLR world about 6 months ago with a Canon XS, and ended up getting an XSi about a week later due to a better deal. I've been satisfied with it thus far, but I find myself always buying new things for it. Currently, the equipment I have for the XSi is: Body, 2x LG-E5 legit Canon batteries, a 4GB Sandisk (30 MB/s), 2x legit Canon chargers, a real Canon RC-5, and that's all (not including lenses). I have the 4 year accidental damage plan with this (from Best Buy, I work there, and could return this for $120+tax back to my pocket). My current lenses are the kit 18-55mm, and the 55-250mm telephoto (within the next month, I will have the Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 DX ii VC, the Canon 85mm f/1.8, and my current telephoto). What I want to do is sell my XSi (with all gear, possibly Body+Kit lens w/ charger and battery w/ original box, then separate the rest of my extra stuff) and get a used 40D (without kit lens, since I won't need it). What I like about the 40D is even though it has a smaller max-res and a slightly lower megapixel, I really like the higher ISO capability, the higher max shutter speed, the higher FPS, the top LCD, and the better battery life (as I can get a legit Canon battery grip for $50 from a friend) the build quality (I lOVE the design on the back opposed to the XSi|). Is it ridiculous for me to want to make this 'upgrade?' I promised my parents (I'm a senior, and yes I still live at home) I wouldn't upgrade until my extended warranty expired and then I would get a FF camera. The only thing though is that I wouldn't be losing any money on this transaction.. As I could return the warranty and my SD card. My Dad would be pretty angry if I talked to him about upgrading (literally told him last night that I WOULD NOT upgrade bodies for four years), but after using a 7D over the weekend I just love the body style more. Input please, and thank you!