So with my new D90 I've finally got something that a lot of you guys have had for ages, and probably take for granted - Multiple focus points (11 to be exact) - My D40x has 3 focus points which I selected manually (automatic point selection always seemed to use the wrong point). I've played with the D90 in automatic point selection mode and I have to say that I'm impressed - more often than not it chooses the points I want, and it's ability to detect and focus on a subject's eyes borders on the uncanny. However, I've found myself going back to selecting the focus points manually (most of the time using the centre focus point) because it gives me more control, and guarantees that I have focused on the area that I want. So is the automatic point selection really a gimmick? It doesn't inspire confidence if there's a possibility of the camera deciding on the wrong subject. What do you guys do? Do you use the automatic mode, or do you select the points manually? Are there any photographic situations where it would be correct and preferable to use the automatic mode? I must say that, despite the D90 being superior in every way to the D40x, I much prefer the simplicity of the D40x's viewfinder, and that the focus point I want is never more than 2 presses of the D-pad away.