We will be sending my mother-in-law on her dream holiday in September on an Elderhostel tour of Southern France and the world of the Impressionists. I asked her today what camera she would be taking, and lo and behold, she is till using the little 110 camera she's have for nearly 30 years! (And she says that recently it's become hard to find film for it. I guess so!). So I have to get her a new (or used) camera soon, so she can shout a couple of rolls before she leaves and get comfortable with it. But I got on the B&H website to do some research shopping, and to my amazement they don' have any decent 35mm point shoots. They've got some oddball Lomo camera and some Barbie cameras, but that's about it. Adorama has one $29.95 Olympus Trip, and that's it. This is not a market I know anything about, and she is not a candidate for a digital camera. The odds of her fumbling with the menus and buttons and erasing every photo she took on the trip is far too great with this 83-year-old technophobe. She really needs one of the auto-everything that autowinds, auto rewinds, everything simple simple simple cameras. Can anyone recommend a decent, recent P&S model that would suit her needs? I'll probably load her up with ISO 200 film. A fixed 35-45mm lens would be OK, or a mild zoom range if it was f/4 or so. I've skimmed ebay, but there's so much stuff listed that's anywhere from 1955 to 2005 that I'm not sure what's what. Much appreciated.