A lot of the stuff I read regarding the choice between Nikon and Canon DSLRs centers around the "feel" of the cameras. This is usually something a Nikon user points to when explaining their choice. I just had a chance to stop at Best Buy spent some time holding a few cameras, including the Nikon D60,D80, and D90 and the Canon XSI and 50D. I went in expecting to like the Nikons much better in my hand than the Canons. However, I noticed that the higher end Canons like the 50D have a nice contoured grip along with a "grooved" area for your finger when touching the shutter button. For the Nikon people particularly, am I missing something in this comparison? I'm still leaning toward getting a D90 for a number of reasons, but I'm kind of disappointed that I didn't like how it felt in my hand more than I did. P.S. I realize that playing with these cameras at BB where they are tethered to the display is not the best situation. Thanks.