Gang, My trusty Nikon D70 exhibited a very annoying feature in the last day or two that I wrote off to weak batteries: After taking some number of shots, the green light on the back of the camera next to where the CompactFlash cartridge is inserted begins to blink and I can't turn the camera on, off, or do anything with it. Tonight, I found that there's a "Service Advisory" posted at the Nikon site and they'll repair the camera for free. That's swell...except... A vacation begins before I expect to have the camera returned. So. Should I consider a 35mm Nikon film SLR (that would be compatible with the lenses I use on the D70) or just suffer withdrawal? Thanks in advance.