I'm looking for a new digital camera. Probem is, I can't find one that sounds good. So I turned to the great, holy-grail of information-- MacRumors. I'm looking for: 4.0 Megapixels and up (5 would be nice ) Fast start-up time. I don't mind a couple-second wait, but if it takes too long I'll miss my shots. Features should be decent controls-- I like to set my own F-stop and apatures more than most people, but I also need a basic point-and-shoot mode too for fast-shots. (aka, "Not-arsty-mood") Size should be small-to-medium-ish. I don't mind it being the size of my palm, but if it is too big I wouldn't want to carry it around. This camera will be taking a lot of yearbook shots... (I'm the photographer for the yearbook at my school) but also for personal useage. I've taken classes and am what I like to call a "professional amatur" photographer. I currently use a Kodak LS443 camera. It is..... OK. I don't like it for lack of features, but it does take decent pictures (when it works ) I've played with a friend's Pentax S40 and liked it, but the controls were slightly awkward and it used batteries like crazy. Although I like AA batteries, if I need to carry 20 of them with me, I'd rather use a proprietary battery. I've used an Olympus C-50Z and liked it a lot. Nice pictures, nice battery, etc. But it is a bit old and I'm not sure how well it will last in terms of cost vs. features vs. time. Oh, I don't mind too much if I have to sell my SD cards and get some new kind. I already have a 512 MB CF card, 1 128MB SD card and 1 256MB SD card but I can sell the SD cards if needed. Or something like that. It really doesn't matter a huge amount the card type so long as it works nicely. Anyone got any ideas?