I have a Canon Powershot SD750 (old camera, I know). I haven't shot a single picture on that thing in many months - last time it got a good workout was during last year's PAX East (and I haven't even gotten the photos out of there yet). I am hardly the best photographer - I know the lingo (focal length, aperture, ISO), but I wouldn't even call myself an amateur photographer - I am just another consumer who seeks to capture mundane moments of life that few others will care about. At any rate, I am planning to get back into digital photography again after a long hiatus. But, of course, I will need a new camera. I was never really satisfied by my SD750, primarily due to its bad low-light performance. I do a ton of indoor shots, and not even heavy editing through Lightroom can cancel out all of that noise. I am planning to sell it and replace it with a compact that has better low light performance. Right now, I have two choices that are within my budget: The Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS ($166 on Amazon), or the Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS ($250). The 110 HS has yet to be released, but I can pre-order one and get it on my doorstep by the time Anime Boston arrives. But, I am open to any other suggestions for compact cameras that cost less than $300.