Hello all. I bought my wife a Canon Xti a few years back and now find myself using it more than she does. Well apparently my wife wants her camera back (haaaa!) and would like to buy me a camera for Christmas. My first thought went to the Nikon D90, however, since we already have a few Canon lenses, I thought maybe the 50D would be a better choice for me. We are from the US and on a 3 year assignment in Belgium, so we have been touring Europe as much as possible We also have a three year old daughter whom we love taking pictures of. So the camera I buy will be used for landscape, portrait, and for outdoor sports photography. We don't want to spend more than $1300-1500, am I heading in the right direction? Part of me says to hold off and pick up a used 7D, but video is not important to me and I don't think I would see that much benefit from the added features of the 7d, being a casual shooter. I figure I could pick up the 50d with a kit lens, grip and flash for the price of a 7d body, but want to make sure I can grow into the choice I make. Hope I didn't leave anything out, any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!