Hey guys, I'm an amateur at photography and this is my first post in the forum I used a Fujifilm S700 for about a year but I sold it and I'm now looking into the DSLR field. I've had about 2 weeks of experience with a Canon XSi (450D) so I'm a bit familiar with how they function, although I know different brands vary in terms of interface and such. I would be shooting mainly landscapes, and almost anything else except sports/high-paced stuff hehe. Now onto my question. I've read reviews, both written and video of the thre cameras I'm choosing from (Nikon D60, Canon XS or K200D) and simply can't decide on what to get. As I mentioned before, I've used the XSi and since it's very similar to the XS in terms of body shape and handling, that would be a plus to my decision. But again, the Nikon D60 has some better image features such as the D-Active lighting and better overall ISO performance. And the K200D is weather proof and has the in-body lens motor. So basically, which one would you choose and why? Thanks!