Pundits and BrandFans, I figured this would be fun... Who's going south- Canon because Nikon powns high-ISO now and their marketing department still things megapixels is more important than image quality? Nikon because they couldn't keep pushing out D40's and please their investors and they're too small to put real resources into the future? Pentax because they're losing market share and Hoya threw out the good people? Olympus because they choose the smallest sensor and are bleeding red ink? Sony because let's face it, they're a consumer electronics company, and they've been lopping off unprofitable business units for a couple of years now? Hassleblad because they're stuck in Medium Format land and the 35mms are kicking their butts? Leica because let's face it, nobody really pays that sort of money for a camera? Samsung because they're a cheap consumer electronics company? Red because entering this fight with a new company with no still camera expereince is dumb? Panasonic because [insert reason here.] Multiple choice because heck, lots of them can go south with the US economy is shambles. Yes, I typo'd- sorry!