Hi all, haven't been on here in quite a while. It's good to be back, and I'll get back into my old routine straight away by asking a stupid question that's probably been asked a million times already... I'm thinking of expanding my lens collection at the moment, however I currently have two main systems in 35mm cameras/lenses - Pentax (K-mount plus a couple of M42) and Minolta AF. Ideally I would go for the best glass for the best value for either system, since I intend to continue using both for 35mm. However I'm finally realising that not only can I not hold back the tide of digital progress, but that it may not be such a bad thing after all. I can definitely see the appeal of DSLRs, and know that I will need one if I hope to get a job that in any way involves taking photos. My problem is not that I don't know which current DSLR to get, but which future one to get. I know there's nothing wrong with 6mp, and that using the right software I can probably get better results from a 6mp DSLR than with 35mm, but then again IMO there's also nothing wrong with waiting for something even better. So my question (phew, got there eventually) is this: does anyone know anything about either what Pentax is planning for their next generation of DSLRs, or about Sony's "Alpha" range of Minolta AF-mount DSLRs? I know nothing at all about the former, and about the latter only what Sony's website tells me, i.e. nothing. I'm interested in finding out which is the safer bet so I know whether to go for Pentax or Minolta mount lenses. I know it was probably a stupid question, but was hoping that either someone else has had better luck with Google than me, or that someone on here might be an 'insider' - come on, nothing wrong with a little industrial espionage, right? Thanks in advance for any info, and thanks for reading this far anyway!