Hey guys, I've decided to buy my first DSLR and get into this amazingly complicated world of photography. I had made my choice to purchase a Sony A200 that comes with a 18-70mm f3.5-5.6 lens, which should be good for my needs at the current time. I've read tons of reviews on this and the only bad thing I came up with is that low light shooting is not the greatest. That kind of sucks as I was planning on taking pics of my gf during low light situations....lol, i'll leave it at that. But seriously, am I looking at getting unusable pics in lower light situations with the A200? Does anybody have any personal experience with this camera? Apparantly, the Rebel XT is much better in those cases, but I found the Sony to be much more user friendly (especially for a noob) and more comfortable in my hand and while I was shooting, which is why I'm still leaning towards the Sony. Will I be seeing a significant difference in low light situations with these cameras? Keep in mind that I'm a noob, and I'm not exactly looking for pro quality pics...but still better quality then regular point and shoots. I know its an entry level DSLR so I guess I'm looking for entry level quality pics BTW, the Sony A200 is currently on sale at Futureshop for 480! Plus another 10% off if you purchase online! The Rebel XT is a refurb model for 430 which comes with a 50mm f1.8 lens. This is for Canadian buyers, so if you're currently looking for a DSLR north of border, I suggest you take a look at Futureshop's website What do you guys think? Sony or Rebel? Thanks for the help!