I just got off the phone with the Canon USA repair center in Jamesburg, NJ. I sent in my 10D and 70-200 f4-L lens eight days ago, to have the AF adjusted. My camera has only shown AF problems with this lens. I use many EF lenses with this body, but this lens at 70mm is the only one I can detect has a focusing issue. It hasn't been a big deal, and I'm not panicking like so many online users of this body. But I thought it would be nice to take care of this problem before I head off on vacation later this month. Canon has had the camera for a week now, and this morning I called for an update. The young woman on the phone was very pleasant, but when I told her that the repair concerned a 10D with autofocus problems, her response was immediate, "Oh that. Oh boy, we are swamped with those." (Her words, not mine) She thanked me for sending the lens in along with the body. Many people have sent in their 10D body w/o any lenses, and it is hard for the technicians to either fully diagnose or fully effect a repair. She then put me on hold, and tracked down the technician who was assigned to my camera & lens. When she came back whe told me (again) that they are totally swamped, and that my repair would take approximately 15 business days (from today). That's 3 weeks. Plus the week they've had it already makes a month. Whoah! As I said, I'm not panicking. I will have the camera Fedexed to me at my vacation location. But from my albeit limited experience with CUSA, this is a significant problem for them. They are handling it quietly, and on a case-by- case basis, but it was clear to me that it is taxing their resources.