Here's the story: I've been using a Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ5 for the past year and a bit, but now it's broken and no longer covered under warrenty. To fix it would cost almost as much as buying a new camera, so I've decided not to follow that path. I'm thinking of buying a DSLR to replace it, but I've a few issues... 1. I already have some Canon EF lenses 2. I use SD cards, which Canon DSLRs don't support but Nikon ones do 3. I'm still in highschool, so safety and rough usage may be an issue I know that lenses will cost me more in the long run than memory cards, but still. I have a pretty tight budget, so I'll only be able to afford the cheapest cameras. Or I could get another Lumix, only I would eventually have to buy a DSLR anyway. I was planning on getting one after graduating, before this came up. Any suggestions?