After using digital cameras now for a couple of years I have just one request of the camera makers of the world PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, will someone make a manual focus rangefinder digital camera?! PLEASE! It doesn't have to be Leica, although Leica-like quality would be nice. It doesn't have to use existing lenses. It does have to have the kind of digital quality image a Nikon D100 can produce. It does have to be manual focus and of course it has to be a rangefinder. I mean, really, how hard can that be? Also, I don't even care if it has a screen to see the images. I want to be able to have the things that digital cameras offer the best of changing ISO/ASA in midstream, using compact flash cards instead of film which is prone to dust and scratches and going out of date or being screwed up during processing. All I'm asking for is a completely manual digital rangefinder camera. If it has to have a fixed 35/2 lens I could even live with that for now. Thanks and get with it pronto! NOTE: Attached photo is straight from the camera (D100 with 180/2.8 lens), shot under auditorium stage lights at 1,600 ISO.