Hello everyone... long time reader, new poster... etc... Anyway, before I bore everyone, I'd love to get a DSLR right now, but while I could afford it, I don't really use my cameras that much to justify spending $1000 on a DRebel and 2-3 lenses. However, since the lenses are all the same EF mount (in my case w/Canon), would it be logical of me to pick up a nice 35mm SLR (which is around $100-$150 for anything like a Rebel 2000, K2, G2, etc) and the same lenses I would have gotten with a DSLR (sigma 30ish-80 and 75-300) to at least get into the SLR world? I'd be saving hundreds of dollars and would just use a local lab to transfer the neg's to cd, so I'd still have "digital" images to work with. And then, when/if I can justify it, I replace my 35mm body with a nice new DSLR and the lenses get to stay... I have an A80 as my digicam, and while it's great, getting low-dof pics is near impossible. I love portraits... of people, things, whatever. Vast mountain landscapes are not my thing. Trying to get anything near bokeh or just having a background seperate from the subject on the A80 is extreeeemely difficult. So... would this make sense to any of you? Or any other pointers or tips for me?