Alright...I'm shopping for a digital SLR...the local camera shop (the only one in town) has a Minolta MaximD5 (I think that is the model name) that they have been sitting on for more than a year. This shop used to deal primarily in cameras (new & used), but have switched their focus from cameras to printing and framing. The owner is looking to get out of this Minolta for several reasons. The price on the box is $889 and it comes with the body, a 28-70mm lens, and download cable (no memory cards). Like I said, the owner wants to get rid of it, and wants me to make an offer. I don't know enough about DSLR cameras to make an intelligent offer, so I left with a "lemme think about it." Now, I won't be printing murals with this thing, but I would like to be able to print larger prints like 11x14 or 16x20. So, would I be able to make a fine print with this camera at those dimensions? If not then the point is moot... What should I offer this guy for the camera? I know minolta doesn't even make cameras anymore, and that Sony is now handling service for their cameras. Would it be too bold to tell the owner that I will give him the $889 if he throws in a 200mm lens?