Okay, I know the D80 vs xTi debate is a popular topic on here, but I'm not interested in either of those cameras. I'm looking to upgrade from a P&S to my first digital SLR, and I've narrowed my search down (based on price/reviews/features) to Nikon's d40 and Canon's rebel xT. I'm sorry if there are other threads on this topic, but I searched, I really did. So far I know this: - D40 is supposed to have a better kit lens - Rebel xT has more MP (I've read up on the megapix myth, don't worry) - Nikon has CCD sensor vs. Canon's CMOS which is supposed to be quieter - Nikon's LCD screen is far superior - The d40 needs certain AF lenses to be able to autofocus, which limits lens selection - Rebel xT doesn't have autoISO, unlike the d40 Anything else important that I should know in my search? They seem comparably priced. What are your suggestions for this noob? Thanks in advance!