So a friend of mine mentioned that she always got better shots on film, not just because of the nature of the medium (I have no interest in that old debate) but because she felt that when she was limited to 24 or 36 shots, and when she had to pay to process or take the time and effort to process, she really took the time and effort to compose shots. Now, when she shoots digital, she just fires away. I often find that I'll take 4 or 5 shots of the same scene, trying to zero in on what I'm going for, but the first 2 or 3 are usually fairly careless. When I come home from a session, I have 150 shots, and then I have to sift through them all to pick out the very few keepers. Anyway, my dad just killed a really old Canon P&S, which actually used a CompactFlash card, and replaced it with a Nikon P100, so I told him I'd take the card. Turns out it's 256 MB. My first thought was, "great, what am I going to do with this tiny thing." But then, I had a thought. 256 MB holds 36 JPG or 9 RAW. I'm going to take this little card out shooting for the next few weeks, and see if I spend more time on each shot.