I am making the presumption, that, like me, you trust no one else to decide what to get you, regarding photo gear. This season, I treated my self to a LN- N90s with a MF-28 data back. Somehow, the N90s had been flying under my radar, as I assumed it was one of those plasticky models Nikon was dabbling in the late 80s and early 90s. What a surprise, and what capabilities the data back adds, if I can ever learn to use it. The whole kit comprised the camera, the data back, the original non-data back, all of the original manuals, and receipts, and a Magic Lanterns book on the system, all for $99. I like the fact that it will be a challenge to learn the new system, and was surprised to learn that it had a faster AF system than the Nikon F4s. Shutter speeds from 30 sec to 1/8000. Illuminated viewfinder, unlike my Nikon F3HP (I know, I know, that little red button is useless.) Compact, but not a lightweight. What's not to like? I will assume that when using manual focus lenses, the N90s is at least welcome as a fringe visitor to this forum, as is the Canon F-1New. But I also bought the camera with an AF Nikon 50mm f/1.4. Much better contruction than the F/1.8 and a few test shots mounted on my D90 showed it to be tack sharp. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Joyeux Noel, Lang may your lum reek, to all.