Allow me to rant for a moment... Why is it that Nikon can't stick to a 3:2 aspect ratio? The D200 (3872x2592) has an 121:81 ratio (more square than 3:2, 16 pixels too narrow). The D700 (4256x2832) has a 266:177 ratio (less square than 3:2, 8 pixels too wide). Would it have been so hard to actually produce files with a 2:3 aspect ratio? I know it's a silly meaningless little thing, but I find it bothersome all the same when I downsize to, say, 600x400 and the resulting image isn't 600x400. Thanks for letting me vent.