Hi all, I've finally decided to take the step and get an entry level DSLR camera. A professional photographer friend of mine took some shots of my car a few years ago and I loved them! On top of that, a couple of close friends also picked up some DSLR cameras, and my little point and shoot can't keep up My problem is, the more I research the entry level cameras, the more indecisive I become. I'm looking into these so far: D40: Very low cost, I can get a d40 w/kit lens and a 55-200mm VR for less than I can get an XSi, and a little more than a D60 costs. XS/1000D: Friend of mine had this camera, I've read a review and the D60 was said to outperform it, so I've overlooked the XS XT: Friend of mine has this camera, I haven't played with it myself D60: After reading about it outperforming the XS, I pretty much had my mind set for a while on this camera, but when I read about it vs the XSi, I was torn yet again XSi: The best of the bunch it looks like, but also the biggest loss of money if I decide to not keep photography as a serious hobby. For the price of just the XSi and the not-so-great kit lens, I could have a D40 with two great starter lens' I think so far I'm swaying towards the D40, mainly because of cost, but also because Ken Rockwell for some reason swears by the D40. I'm not 100% sure as to what I want yet, any advice would be great. I figured I could start with the D40, and if/when I want to upgrade, it'll be farther down the road, and I can skip the other entry level cameras.