I'm reading the features blurb on the Nikon N60 (I'm considering aquiring one, to alleviate my NAS), and noticed that they (Nikon) appear to be marketing it as the new "point and shoot" (mrrogers will take note here). This reminds me of the thread on why so many people spend so much on high priced equipment when they don't particularly know what they are doing. Anyway... Since the N60 is the newest Nikon, is it a camera in which Nikon is attempting to target those frustrated "non dSLR" people with? I know I've been frustrated with my non dSLR. This is what Nikon says about it in their "features" column: Users will immediately appreciate the D60's fast 0.18-second start-up time and split-second shutter response, which combine to eliminate the frustration of shooting lag ? a common issue with many point-and-shoot digital cameras. With a fast and accurate autofocus and the ability to shoot continuously at up to three pictures-per-second, the D60 faithfully captures pictures that other cameras often miss. The D60 does all this while delivering extraordinarily vivid and detailed pictures, ensuring that fleeting expressions, special moments and memorable events are captured beautifully. What do you think?