Hi all. Well, unlike some here, I have no problems with a dSLR that shoots video - why not? It may not be "pure" the way they used to be... but that's only because it wasn't possible back in the day. I get the fact that it opens up creative opportunities that previously would have cost a fortune... different focal lengths, DOFs, all of that good stuff, now available for video for a few thousand bucks. Nice. But I just got back from Burning Man, a community that was very concerned about professional video. Correctly so: the things we do there shouldn't get back unfiltered to people who don't understand. So good video gear has to be registered with the media guys. Same for SLRs, if you're planning on using it the images commercially. That also makes sense. But as SLRs acquire the ability to shoot high-end video ("HD" though I see that claim as somewhat over-hyped) I believe a lot of places that allow still but not video will also ban SLRs. Bummer. What do you all think?