With my new DSLR on the way, I thought it might be a good time to think memory. My camera is coming with a Transcend 1GB 80x CF card. Having done a bit of research, I know that this brand gets very mixed reviews. For both security and space reasons, I will be investing in another card (because the tiny CF cards I have used with my point-and-shoots aren't going to cut it with the file sizes I am going to be working with). In law school, the main legal research services give you incentives to use their products. LexisNexis happens to have a rewards system that is linked up in part to Amazon.com. I was hoping to save the $20 or whatever by ordering my card through that part of the reward system. Unfortunately, I just ordered Super Paper Mario from their store (didn't realize I was getting the camera when I placed the order), so my points at the moment are a bit limited. I have, however, managed to come up with a couple cards that should work, and I was wondering if anyone had any opinions about them. The cards are: Crucial Tech 2GB COMPACTFLASH TYPE I ( 110039 ) Kingston 1024 MB CompactFlash Card (1 GB) Kingston Technology 1GB CompactFlash (CF) Card Ultimate 100x Kingston CF/2GB-S 2 GB ElitePro CompactFlash Card I definitely have enough points for the first three, but #4 may be a tiny bit out of reach at the time I need to place my order (so I can get it before an upcoming trip). My initial thought is to go for #1 because of the size and because I know how highly recommended Crucial is for Apple memory. From the reviews, though, it seems like the memory may be a bit slow for use in a camera. If anyone has used any of these cards, know anything about what the tech. specs. mean, or just have general feedback about the brands, please let me know. I am throwing a poll up just for fun, so if you'd like to vote you can do that too. Thanks!