I don't know why I'm thinking about this now when I should be working or thinking about Christmas shopping.... Here's my dilemma. I'm a longtime Canon user, I've still got my AE-1 Programmable (changed the computer twice), and I'm ready to consider a DSLR purchase. However, I love the ruggedness of the AE-1, I've travelled with it extensively, many times at the bottom of a rucksack, and it has endured a fair number of falls. At work, I'm using the D30, and have had good results. My only grievance with the camera right now is megapixels. Sometimes it feels as if I'm pushing it trying to get a decent 4x6 print, especially when there's cropping involved. Looking at Canon's current lineup, there's a great deal of variety, and a mixture of consumer and professional lines. What would be comparable to the features/lenses of the D30 now? I should add, I'm not adverse to looking at used camera bodies.