So I took my friend to Ritz to get a feel for the Cameras there today and some aweful smelling nerdy looking camera saleman tried to make a case for anything but the D40. Now, I told her to look at the D40 or the K100D since she's easing in to DSLR photography from P&S. Some of things the guy said was true, yes the D40 does have three AF points or as he points it, "my mother has more AF points than the D40." But other things are plan false, like the K100D has more lines of resolution on the LCD than the D40, which is false. I noticed that he tried to push a bigger and more expensive camera on me, because I guess he thought I was buying by appealing to my sense of masculinity. Common, be a man, if you spend the same 600 , you should get the bigger D70s body, it's way better than the D40 + that crappy little lens. He also said D40 can only use Nikkor lens, which simply isn't true. I then noticed that he was trying to sell me more expensive cameras and/ or more expensive out dated cameras that his store was probably trying to get rid of. All in all, the guy didn't have a beginner's interest in mind. He was mad pushy and made a huge ass out of himself. This is certainly no way to treat customers.