Hey All D200 users- I have a D200 i'm still getting familiar with. I have recently missed some spur of the moment photo opps though, and the camera was in my hands. Part of this has to do with the fact that i'm not 100% used to my camera. Well, this situation will come up again i'm sure as spur of the moment happens a lot with wildlife photography when I'm out hiking. I know that the D200 has some settings banks, but I've not found an easy way (yet) to change between them w/o going through the menus. If anyone has any tips for rapidly changing from the settings I'd typically use for the stunning landscape shots i take along the trail (or any of the photos I have time to set up for that matter) and switch the camera into something more suitable for catching spur of the moment action, I would be most appreciative. At the moment, I use the Continuous High setting all the time, even for just single shots, so thats a start. I'm wondering if i may be SOL and just need to get faster with changing settings... for instance the focus mode seems to only be settable from a swtich on the back.. ISO changes require some other funky moves that are entirely different... and using Auto ISO can be good, but also make things difficult. Anyway, your help is needed! Thanks!