I finally got my credit card in the mail and set out to buy myself a D70. I bought all the necessaries (CF card, an actually usable tripod, warranty, filters, etc) at B&H Photo, while I bought the actual camera and 18-70mm lens kit through Price Rite (they were offering it for ridiculously cheap). The B&H order went through, but I had to call Price Rite to "confirm" my order. What they actually wanted to do was sell me every accessory they $&#*ing owned. The salesman would NOT let me go until I bought another battery, which, while probably a good idea, I could most likely get somewhere else for much cheaper. Not to mention I was DANGEROUSLY close to my $2000 credit limit...something I didn't even want to get close to. I kept on saying no, and he kept on insisting that Price Rite makes nothing off of the camera and that their business relied on the sale of accessories. Not my problem, right? Well, he made it my freaking problem. He knocked $10 of the price (something he probably would have done anyway), and I finally bought it to shut him up. THEN he offered a 5-year warranty, another neccesary. I had gotten a three year one from B&H, but had since decided that a 5-year would be a much better idea. I had no intention to buy it from Price Rite, though. Once again, he wouldn't shut up until I bought it. I figured, fine, I'll buy it and send it back after I get one from B&H. 30 minutes after I had gotten off the phone they called me back saying that the added accessories wouldn't go through, then asked if I had another card. I said no, and that I was getting very close to my credit limit, so they could cancel the accessories. Well, they told me to hang on, then told me that they had gotten the order to go through, while I said I would like to cancel it anyway. Turns out that would be a "very bad idea," as I would have to pay numerous fees, inclding restocking, shipping, etc, etc, etc. The moral of the story: ALWAYS read reviews before you buy ANYWHERE. There's usually a reason for incredibly low prices.