I've been reading about DSLRs for a while now but have yet to make a trip to Ritz camera to have a hands on experience. I may have an opportunity to pick up a D70s and a couple of lenses for around $600. It only has a black and white histogram. For you seasoned DSLR users; would/does this cause a big problem in determining your exposure? Being a beginner, I've planned on getting the Nikon D40. I'm gonna do all the normal stuff. (people photography) I'm also mostly interested in outdoor photography- nature, wildlife, landscapes. I've always thought it was neat that photographing wildlife has many of the benefits of hunting; outdoors, stalking, tracking, sneaking, enjoying animals, getting a great shot- without having to kill the animal in order to enjoy it and mount it on your wall. Good ole Ken Rockwell boasts about the metering of the D70s. And, it has a 5-point auto focus vs. the D40 3-point. Does anyone know of any other big benefits of the D70s over the D40? The D40 has a bigger LCD. Which do you recommend considering the black and white histogram? Thanks for any help.