Seeing is how I've landed enough money to start seriously browsing for a camera (though I'm torn between a camera and replacing my aging computer), I've been wondering what to get. If I go PC, I already have what I want picked out (an awesome Toshiba laptop!), but as for a camera, I'm still not sure. I have enough to go out and buy the Canon SX10. I was thinking of getting it because I was going to need the zoom for wildlife pictures, but now I'm thinking more about image quality and actually being able to sell my photos. Then, I read that the SX1 has a CMOS sensor, as opposed to a standard CCD. The SX1 also has 1080p HD movie shooting. BUT, I've been seeing mixed reviews. Professionals have been saying that the CMOS is not fitting of the title in the point-and-shoot. My plan is to get into nature and wildlife photography professionaly (as a side job, as I'm shooting for Wildlife Biologist as my day job), and I'm wondering what gear would be good enough to take professional-quality images, providing I do my part. I was also considering trying to get a Rebel T1i.. So, anyone here try out the SX1? Maybe someone has a side-by-side comparison of SX10-SX1-DSLR?