I did my first gig last weekend for a young band. While processing the pictures from my D70 two questions arose: 1. Light was very uneven & worst was the singer in his white clothes standing directly under a spotlight. This has resulted of course in a lot of pictures with burnt highlights. But even the ones that were ok exhibit clipped channels that look not so bad on screen until you print them. In print, the clipping shows up as strange colors shifts. I recently saw an article on luminous landscape about restoring clipped channels but it involved quite a few steps & sounded complicated (I'm still a beginner when it comes to digital). How do handle this? PS trickery? Don't care? 2. I noticed that in most closeup shots of the singers with my 85mm @2.2-2.8, the microphone was in focus instead of the face. This is only visible if you look closely but I suppose I'm a bit fussy about these things. Will anyone apart from myself care? Do you care in your pictures?