I'm in the market for a DSLR but don't know where to start. I have a simple Canon point and shoot but would like to take the next step and start taking some nicer quality photographs. Not a pro by any means but looking to start this as a hobby and such You know, just have some fun with it. I see that lots of you on here are quite knowledgeable about DSLR's so I figured I'd ask your opinion on what's best. My budget is around $500-$800. I'm not looking for an entry level model but something in the mid range area, preferably 13-15MP or something like that. I see that Canon's and Nikon's are among the most popular DSLR's. Having had my Canon point and shoot, I'd like to stick with Canon unless there are some other better alternatives. I'm not quite at the level where I'd need several lenses and such so I'm basically looking for a nice body unit and one good all around type lens that I can use. I have NO idea about all the differences between the lenses, f stop, etc so I'm kinda going into this blindly, but with some cash in hand If it helps any, when starting something new, I'm not the type that goes in with entry level hardware, build up experience, and then upgrade later on. I prefer to buy something well above my skill set and work my way up which is why I'm looking for something in the mid-range of DSLR's. I see how much some of the top end units cost and, while they're nice and all, I don't foresee myself plunking down that much....at least not just yet. So can any of you recommend any decent DSLR's within my price range? Links to suggested cameras would also be appreciated as well. Thanks.