So I've got a really nice Canon GL-2. It's great, but a little big, and not so good with low light. The sound is fantastic though with the upgraded mic I got for it, and the picture is decent in good lighting. I've started to actually use it more now, but when I filmed a concert for a friend and burned it to DVD, the quality wasn't as good as I had hoped. Yes, I tweaked it as much as I could to get a good picture, but it was difficult and it's still not great. So my question is, does the HV30, or even HV20 for that matter, have a better picture in lower light? I've read the reviews on places like Camcorderinfo, and they're decent, but for standard def, is the GL-2 still superior? I figured I could also film in HD now, and it would just downscale (but still look good) to DVD. Later on, when I needed it, I could have 24 or 30p. Any advice would be helpful, TIA. BTW, I have FCS2, but Color isn't helping as much as I'd hoped, and I'm still kind of a novice when it comes to anything more in depth than point and shoot.