Ok...here's one D70 problem I've never seen discussed here before. I've had a D70 for over two years, it's been working perfectly since I got it. Great camera, no problems whatsoever. Today the on/off switch will NOT turn the camera off when you rotate the switch to the "off" position. The switch feels fine otherwise. It rotates smoothly back and forth. It stops firmly at the "off" detent point with no play or backlash at all. The camera remains completely on and fully functioning when the switch is in either the "off" or "on" position, it makes no difference and the camera works fine in every other way. Removing the battery while the switch is in either the "on" or "off" position powers the camera down completely; inserting it back in powers it back on and the same problem persists. I've left the battery out of the camera for an hour or more to see it helped reset the circuits or something...it didn't...it had no effect at all. It has not been bumped, dropped, submitted to heat or wet conditions. (No...Coke was not spilled on the switch.) It has not been damaged in any way that I'm aware of. Turning it to the "off" switch position just doesn't turn the darn thing off. I reviewed the manual and find no troubleshooting areas discussing this. No Menu default resets seem to affect the problem. Nothing in the Menu otions, that I'm aware of, seems to address the on/off switch. Questions: Any suggestions? Can the little on/off switch be pried off easily and without any major surgery? I hate to send in a two-year old D70--that I've been thinking of replacing with a D200--to Nikon (or anyone else, for that matter) for repairs if it's going to cost a lot of money. I know it's tough to predict, but any ideas what this could cost to repair? What's the downside of just leaving the damned thing on for extended periods? If nothing can be done, I'll probably just remove the battery to store the thing, but that seems like such a half-a**ed way of doing things. Can anyone suggest an easy fix?