After browsing around for a bit, I bought a new digital camera tonight. My Canon PowerShot A10 (1.3 MP) was outdated, and not good for railfanning and layout photos. Perhaps my new camera isn't top of the line, but I'm happy with it: Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-H1 - 5.1 MP - 12X Optical Zoom w/ image stabilization - 2.5" LCD screen (this thing is HUGE!) - Electronic viewfinder - Full manual controls - Uses AA batteries (I hate those stupid new camera batteries) - Variety of lenses available, including telephoto, wide-angle, and close-up - Nice software and tutorial package - It just "feels" right. It's kind of bulky compared to other brands of this type Tech wise, it seems like a solid purchase. It has ups and downs compared to other cameras in its class. What sold me was the price. I have a friend who used to work at h h gregg, and he phoned in a favor for me. This is about a $400 camera, and I picked it up for a little over $300. Can't beat that. I can't wait to go take some pictures with it!