So I've got two Nikon D70 bodies which I bought new I guess in 2005 or thereabouts. I've loved 'em since the moment I opened the boxes. Anyhow, I've managed to pick up a few sweet Nikkor manual focus lenses along the way -- 135mmQ 2.8, 50mmAI 1.4 and a couple others. I've been using a Sekonic L-308s meter since the oldies but goodies don't meter with my D70 bodies. I was thinking the other day about picking up a D200 body so I'd be able to meter manually and shoot in aperture priority with my MF Nikkors. D200's are REALLY reasonably priced these days. Then I wondered how much I could get for one of my D70's on THAT auction site. Jeepers creepers!!! D70's are going for $100 and UNDER. I just saw one that sold for $56. in perfect working condition. It's absolutely CRAZY that such a fine camera has been cast upon the junk pile by people afflicted with Nikon Acquisition Syndrome. Six megapixels is really PLENTY for MOST of the stuff that MOST people do. I've made many gorgeous 16x20's from my D70's. Yeah, I know, I know . . . the viewfinder is supposed to be horrible and it's got that teeny weeny LCD display. But hey, the battery holds a charge for EVER and it's really nice to synch. with a strobe @ 1/500. So any how, I'll probably go ahead and pick up a D200 but no way am I parting with one of my D70's for $56. I'm just sayin'.