If I were a Nikon fan looking to get one the best DSLR I could find (and, in some perfect world, cost was not an issue), would I spring for the D3, or wait for the D3x? I guess what I'm asking is: Would I miss those 12 extra megapixels between the two in day to day use, assuming I hardly ever print anything larger than 36x24? Is the D3's resolution adequate enough to print that large without problem? And furthermore, the thing that really attracts me to the D3 is the supposedly mind-blowing high ISO performance. Could I assume the same incredible performance in low-light out of the D3x, or will that be compromised by the more powerful camera? Are they cramming too many photosites into the chip? I know, my choice between the two largely comes down to what I'd use the camera for. I primarily do studio work, as well as weddings (which is where the D3's speed and ISO capabilities would really come in handy). I also would like to make some very large prints though, and just hope the D3 will allow me to, even after I crop my images some. So I'd really love some insight on these two areas specifically, and perhaps any other major advantages to one over the other that I may be overlooking.