Hello, I'm not quite sure if this fits into this section, but nevertheless... I've never had real interest in photography, but over the course of the last six months ive been taking more and more photos and started to really enjoy it. Now to the question: i feel that my current camera (Olympus mju700) is not enough for what I want to do. It was limiting last week, when I was shooting in low light conditions and wanted to take photos without the flash - automatic shutter speed was incredibly long, making it impossible to take anything focused without a support. Anything over ISO 200 produces grainy pictures... The question is, if i want to spend ~400 pounds (~<800$) on a camera, am i better off going for a low range DSLR like D40/X or EOS350D, or should I try one of the upper-range digitals like Sony's Cybershot H9/7 or Canon Powershot? I'm not even sure what the difference in daily usage between those really is, Sony seems to offer more options for the price, is the image quality on the DSLRs really that much better? I'd like to be able to take both thought-out and set up shots as well as spontaneous fast photos. Carrying a larger camera around isn't a concern for me. So, any ideas and opinions?