The overall theme of the site is as a schrine - holier than thou but seeming to welcome a fellow traveler (on the digital photo path) at the same time. The psycology, intended or not, worked on me. The fact that these guys have London as a place to shoot sample photos doesn't diminish their efforts. The graphs, etc, that appear on their site are to be found nowhere else (of which I am aware). Someone said, "All that glitters, aint gold." After reading their review of the 50D, their credibility in my mind has suffered greatly, to say the least. Now, to be fair, maybe their technology was having a bad bit day when they processed the 50D; mayhaps their machines - whatever they use to come up with the data on those graphs - were in a state of unrest. And maybe, just maybe they received a poor copy of the 50D... though how Canon could allow that to happen is beyond me! I hate it when I'm a chump. And I am, because I always took every character on that site as truth. After all, what do I know? What CAN I know? I've never even seen a lot of those cams... It must be the same, with you? Now many people have a 50D and, thereby, positive proof of the fallibility, of Dpreview. (Or, would that be the fallibility of their "techno" approach to reviewing a camera? Or does it matter?) As I have proven in the past few days - beginning from a neutral and inquiring position - the 50D is significantly better than the 40D in terms of picture quality and about the same, in terms of noise. I must assume that the rest of the people who bought a 50D have done the same (country-boy) research, and arrived at the same conclusion. So now the question is, what is the proper manner in which to reguard what is to be found, on Dpreview? I seldom execute a man - or even a web site (lol) - for a single mistake. Just a good, old-fashioned flogging... But then I have no way to be aware of other mistakes they may have made, as I do not buy every cam that becomes available! In other words, the 50D fiasco is the only one, of which I am aware. Were there more? Dpreview certainly has fallen, but perhaps not from grace? Where does Dpreview stand, now, in your perception?