I don't know why it's taken me so long to make this thread, given that I have been lurking and reading this wonderfully informative forum for a good long time now. My name is Chris, I have been interested in Photography since 1998 when I picked up my first digital camera, a 1 Megapixel Sony FD-91, and started shooting cars at the local autocross. I used to walk around with my pockets stuffed with floppy discs because that was the media it needed....those were the days. I upgraded to a 5 Megapixel Sony DSC-F707, and was able to stop carrying all those floppies. My pictures also got a lot better, but the 707 is so good that it really was tough to take a bad picture, and I admit that I didn't learn very much using it. I still have this camera as a backup, and it always comes through when I need it. Since I left college, my passion has been automotive photography. I worked briefly with a shop in Connecticut providing them with media support for their World Challenge Touring Car car effort. I shot with their D70, cutting my teeth on a real dSLR, started experimenting with various lenses, camera settings to control/achieve the motion effects I wanted, and finally, really learning the tenets of Photography that I missed using a point-and-shoot that did everything for me. When I left the shop, I lost the D70. After shooting with a DSLR for the prior 6 months, and getting used to its speed, I couldn't go back to the 707. I was faced with the usual quandry - Nikon or Canon? I did not have any glass, so there was nothing to anchor me to Nikon, and I had the occasion to shoot a friends 1Ds MKII mated to a 24-70 f/2.8L, and I was hooked. I love that camera, but my budget did not allow me to go whole hog like that, so I bought a 20D and have been happy ever since. That was about three years ago, and I have had time to explore my space with the 20D, and also get my hands on friends' cameras. I have a 5D on loan from a friend's collection that I took out to Santa Barbara to shoot a BMW-only enthusiast auto show, but I still use the 20D when I am at the track. I now live about 45 minutes from Lime Rock Park, and go there to shoot whenever there is a big race, or driver's event, so the 20D gets a pretty constant workout. I don't have too many lenses, but the ones I have suit my needs perfectly. I recently sent my 17-85mm kit lens down the road to help fund my aquisition of the 24-70 f/2.8L, a lens that I have wanted since I first used it on the 1Ds waaay back in the day. I use an older 80-200 f/2.8L for track pics, as the cropping factor on the 20D gives me some great reach to get the shots I want. Here are a few track pics. Forgive the watermarks, as they show the site that I was shooting for at the time: Can you tell I am in love with this GT3 RS? Thanks for checking out the thread!