I've been shopping around for a DSLR for awhile, and it seems I might get one for my birthday in a few months. I've narrowed it down to two cameras: the Pentax K20D and the Sony Alpha A330. Both are pretty similar, except the A330 is 10.2 MP and the K20D is 14.6. Either would be a significant upgrade from my current Canon PowerShot A720 IS. It really boils down to cost and experience. The A330 is less expensive, and comes with a lens. The K20D does not, but Abe's of Maine has a K20D/18-55mm lens deal for $699, or about the cost of the body alone. I read up on Pentax, and they've been doing optics for around a hundred years. I've no clue about Sony. I did a spreadsheet earlier and found K20D (Abe's of Maine deal), 55-300mm zoom lens, 50mm macro lens, and bag (or some similar combo) would cost something like $1700. An comparably equipped A330 rang in at around $1400 or so. So what do you think?