I wonder why Canon or someone else hasn't made a non SLR digicam with a CMOS sensor? I have loved my Canon DSLR's ever since the D30 because they produce nearly noiseless images even at high ISO settings. I have never liked any of the available smaller digicams because they all have terrible noise levels once you get above ISO 100 setting. I think if Canon put even one of their older CMOS sensors (from the first Digital Rebel, or even the D30) into a smaller digicam so that it took decent photos at ISO 400-800 they would just take the whole market! Do you folks think it is a marketing decision to drive buyers to the more expensive DSLRs? Is it a lack of production capacity for CMOS sensors? I don't get it.