I have been wanting to buy a really nice DSLR to use for photojournalism and general photography during college. I would really love a 5d, but obviously, as a senior in high school, I can't afford to lay down that cash for a camera. I've narrowed it down to the Canon 30D and Nikon D200. I have about $500 or so invested in lenses for Canon, so not a horrible amount, but not nothing either. I love the Canon for it's ability to shoot higher ISO without a lot of noise, while I'm drawn to the Nikon for it's weather sealing and lighting fast shooting. There's a 2 MP difference between the two, but from what I've heard it will only make something like a 200x200 px difference. So, choices: Canon 30D ~$1000 I have a http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...3_50mm_f_2_5_Compact_Macro.html#goto_itemInfo and an old but reliable and sharp Canon 70-210mm already, but I may buy something along the lines of this: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...18_200mm_f_3_5_6_3_DC_Lens.html#goto_itemInfo Nikon D200 ~$1500 plus around $600 for a nice lens or two. Is the D200 really worth the extra $1000 that I would have to spend, or will I not really notice the difference?