My 4-year-old son just loves taking photos with any type of (digital) camera you give him, so my wife was thinking about giving him a cheap ($50-$100) camera for his birthday. My wife did some research into "children's" cameras, and many people said that we would be better just buying a cheap digital p&s for him. Obviously, the image quality doesn't really matter for the time being, since he really isn't going to be able to manipulate it properly anyway. I think durability is probably the most important feature, followed by price. Ideally, something with a recessed lens would probably best so that it is less likely to be broken. It certainly doesn't need to be new, either. So if anyone can remember a particularly durable older model for which it would be worth looking, I'd be interested in that. Thanks in advance for the advice.