We take hundreds of photos a week of fine antique furniture we sell in our store. We've been using a Canon Powershot Pro 1 for awhile now and it's getting a bit worn out, and I know it isn't probably the best cam for the job. Photography of our furniture takes place under less than ideal lighting, because we don't have room anywhere for a proper studio. So color correction features are nice because of the darned flourescent lighting. And, of course, adequate lighting amount is a problem too. We usually use the ISO 400 mode to help take photos where the tripod can't be used. So a cam that doesn't degrade too much with this setting would be a plus. Points: -Resolution is not a big concern, believe it or not. We usually use normal quality and a size of 1024x768 because the photos go directly to our web page. Resizing them on the comp adds another step to the process. An option for progressive JPEGs would be cool. -Excellent autofocusing is obviously a plus. In fact, autofocusing is absolutely the biggest concern I think. If it's really good it would be a tremendous effort saver. Macro mode is essential as well. The Pro1's super-macro mode is quite nice. -The flash is unimportant. -We have a collection of CF cards now from using the Pro1 so reusing those is a priority if possible. -Price of around $800-1000 I suppose. -Would ideally like to stick with Canon because everyone here is used to their functionality. http://www.harpgallery.com/ <- Our store online. Maybe seeing the photos will help? Any help is greatly appreciated!!!