I am upgrading my gear in order to take action photos of gymnasts (my kid is now a competitive gymnast). I'd appreciate any suggestions or recommendations on gear ------ but my primary question is: for action sports (such as tumbling and flipping action shots of gymnasts), how much real value will I experience between a 3fps and a 5fps camera? Here's my current plan/thinking: - Nikon 85mm f/1.4 fixed lenses for max speed (gyms are indoor and not lit too well, action is fast, I cannot get real close because of rope-off, flash is not allowed as it distracts the gymnasts, and there is usually quite a bit of "dust" in the air from all the chalk). So, I am going for a top quality, fast lenses. I'll deal with incorrect zoom through cropping. - Nikon D80 vs. D200. The D80 is 3fps and the D200 is 5fps. Is this a real "value" for my needs? Also, I've heard the D200 does not have a wireless remote release. Is this correct? That's a pain... Any inputs, suggestions, etc... are appreciated!!! Thanks.