Yesterday, a couple drove five hours (round trip) with their baby to answer a five week old Craiglist posting that happened to be mine. After talking with them for about an hour, they left with all of my digital camera gear (Pentax K100D, two lenses, SD cards, batteries, all sorts of trinkets). It was a great "get back into serious photography for a stay-at-home mom with a photo degree (this was the perosn I sold it to- none of these things describes me) from the 35mm days" package. I am now down to a Ricoh KR-5 Super II, a Pentax K1000, a Ricoh KR-10, some 50mm lenses, and a freezer full of APX400, Plus-X, Pro 160C, and Velvia 50F. It seems strange not owning anything digital anymore, but in a way it's freeing. Manual cameras really are a lot more fun- I'm not holding my breath for a compact manual-focus LCD-less manual exposure SLR, but I would definitely buy one. I'm still contemplating my options for my new digital setup, which probably won't happen before this summer. I've put together a few shopping carts on KEH, and I'm pretty sure where I'm going. I haven't decided on lenses though. Probably a 28mm prime for "normal" shooting (none of my options are full-frame, and 42mm seems like a nice wide-normal focal length, plus there a plenty of great options at that 28mm, while the herd at 30mm or 35mm is much thinner and often pricier) and a 50mm for low light and portrait shooting (although a 55mm micro would also be a fun toy for about the same price but a stop and a half or more slower). Decisions decisions.