heya, I currently have a Minolta 800si. Anyway, I do quite a bit of darkroom work (mainly b/w), and, may God forgive me, but I'm getting sick/lazy/etc. and want to move into digital =). So, this is my first dSLR, I'm been looking at the Canon 10D - basically, what issues should I consider in comparing one of the older Canon bodies (e.g. 10D), to one of the newer Canon's (e.g. 400D)? I suppose this is one of those highly controversial topics, and a bad question to ask, but basically, I do a lot of low-light photography, so the Canon's reputed good high-ISO performance would be nice. But are there any other recommendations? The Minolta/Sony's are also an option, with their Anti-Shake, but they are quite pricey, as is every other dSLR I can find with stabilisation. And to be honest, I'd rather save money on the body, get one second hand, and plug the money into getting a better lense. So, 10D versus 400D (or anything else you can recommend), and how much should I expect to pay? Thanks, Victor PS: Should probably mention this - I had a quick 2-second glance through a friend's 400D and the viewfinder looked tiny, at least compared to my Minolta 800si. Is the 10D much better in this regard?