I haven't seen this discussed before, so I'll throw it out there for discussion... There aren't many 35mm SLRs still for sale, but the last of the best, the Nikon F6 and Canon EOS-1V are both still available brand new (although probably old stock). The price difference is staggering though - the F6 is $2500 while the EOS-1V is a bargain for $1600 or so. Is the F6 that much more of a camera than the EOS-1V? I own a 1V and a Minolta Maxxum 9, both top-end cameras, and wonder what feature(s?) on the F6 you get that you can't get on other top-end bodies?