Hi all, There's plenty of threads out there with people asking for advice. I just didn't find any that matched my request entirely. Anyways, I'm looking for a camcorder in the sub $1000 range. It will be used for home videos, nothing professional at all. It will therefore have to be able to deal with not-so-bright environments without Hollywood lightning. I'm considering if I should go with mini-DV, instead of gambling on a flash-based? Some say it's better in my price range. I have considered Canon HF20 HD, but the reviews is not all that great, and I'll like to have more 5-stars reviews, if I should buy such an expensive product. In the other end, I've considered Canon FS20, which seems to gather better reviews, but of course it's a totally different playing field. I would like the product to be "future proof", although I know that's impossible. Point being, that I would rather spend a few hundred $ today, and then be happy for 5 years, than I'd save a few today and have antiquated equipment in 2 years. I would therefore think an HD would be best for me, but if they're not up to par yet, I would rather have a non-HD with better optics.. I have kinda ruled out: Canon Rebel (not the form factor I fancy), harddrive based camcorders (fears it's too fragile). Any suggestions?