Hi everyone, I'm looking for a new video camera and need some advice. I currently have a Flip Ultra HD , which is good, but I'm looking for a few more features, namely zoom, better picture quality, and a decent microphone. Expandable flash memory is a bonus. I'm looking at cameras in the $400 - $500 range. However, I've started to look at DSLR with HD video capability. I currently have a Canon Rebel XSi, which I'm thinking of upgrading to a T3 or T3i. I have a few different lenses for my Rebel which I think would greatly add to the versatility of the camera and it's video capabilities. What are your thoughts on using a DSLR as a video camera? I like the idea of the better lenses and image sensor of the DSLR, but I also like the idea of having two separate devices. Primary use for the camera will be home movies, as my wife and I are having our first baby in the fall. We also do some travelling, and the Flip has been great for that due to its small size, but I always bring my Rebel anyways. I will be editing my movies in iMovie 11 on a Core 2 Duo MacBook with 2GB of RAM and a 500GB HDD So what do you think, dedicated HD camcorder, or DSLR with video?