i'm up in the air about getting either a nikon d100 or a d70, i've read some lengthy comparrisons and i think i'm leaning towards the d100 even though it's older because it has a metal as apposed to a plastic frame and some of the comparrisons seem to lean towards the d100 even though the d70 does some stuff the d100 doesn't do. also the d100 can shoot tiffs as apposed to just raw and jpg (though raw from what i have been reading is supposed to look best? but require the nikon proprietary software to convert to a photoshop editable format?). but i was just wondering since a lot of you seem to have the d70 if any of you have experience comparring the two and let me know if i'm on the wrong path here. also the d70 is like $1000 whereas this one place i can get a d100 for $780 right now (normally like $1200-$1500) also for starter lenses (this will be my first slr) i was thinking of picking up a Nikon Normal AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D Autofocus Lens and a Nikon Fisheye AF 16mm f/2.8D Autofocus Lens (i'm a sucker for fisheye) to start. is this a bad idea/should i stick with just dx lenses? or will these work well with the d100/d70? i will be using them mainly for manual focus.