It's a year since my D3 was stolen and I'm ready to jump back into the water. After some thought I've come to the conclusion that I'd prefer a DSLR to a Leica M9 (irrespective of cost). The D3s is more or less what I'm looking for. I want an FX camera with a 100% viewfinder and for me video is a big plus. But here are some features that the D3s doesn't have. 1. I'd prefer a smaller body. I realise that there's a conflict here with the 100% finder which for me is not negotiable. But if it's possible... 2. I'd like a sensor that allows a slower base ISO (and higher resolution than the D3 and D3s). Obviously I have no complaints at the high end and I guess I wouldn't want to lose that, so I'd be happy to stick with the D3S sensor if the ISO range can't be stretched. 3. I would prefer a storage medium that allows a quicker download time. 4. It would be nice to have a more comprehensive range of autofocus points. 5. I'm not mad about the big yellow strap. What 'improvements' would you like to see?