I use a Casio Exilm EX-Z600 to take pictures of my family and the like. Photography is not a hobby but, even so, I still want to see good results. I've had this point 'n' click for a year or so and just fed up with the quality of the pictures it gives me. It has a million presets and menu functions that even if I understood on paper I wouldn't have the time or patience to adjust if I just want to catch something cute one of the children is doing. Before, I had a Canon EOS (SLR) and it was a release to get a digital camera, but I realize now I'm sacrificing picture quality when it's often quite possible to carry a larger camera. 'Automatic' on that SLR nearly always produced pictures good enough for me, whereas with 'Automatic' on the Casio I take half a dozen and hope one is good enough. So, my question is, will a DSLR be so much better, bearing in mind I don't want to do much more than point and shoot? If so, which one do you recommend in a reasonable price range? Repeating myself, but remember this isn't even a hobby. I just want good pictures to look back at when I'm old and grey. Thanks for any advice.