Really confused now. I use a Nikon F501 body with 3 lenses. The body was given to me when my dad went digital... well, he never really used it much. So that was when I really picked up the hobby. I don't take photos often, but when I do, I burn through the negatives like crazy. I usually take 8~10 rolls each time I travel. I don't make prints, but have them scanned onto CDs. 8~10 rolls can easily cost $100 to scan. Developing is usually separate. Plus the film cost, I spend about $150 each time. Although I usually do this about twice a year, it's still painful. Then I realized that there might be something wrong with my light meter. It tells me that I can take shots under conditions where I previously couldn't, and many photos came under exposed. Also, the pic tends to me very grainy even when I use ISO 200 films. I don't know what exactly the problem is, and I know any fix will cost more than the camera itself. Digital: Since I have 3 Nikkor lenses, it's a not brainer for me to get a D70. The problem with D70 is that the convertion ratio of 1:1.5 means that my 20mm wide angle lens will become 30mm. I use the wide angle lens A LOT, so it will suck for me. Also, switching to digital means I have to get a bunch of new things as well. Extra battery, extra memory, even a remote for D70 which I know costs around $60. The lense convertion is still the biggest problem for me. So what do you say? I know digital will save me money, but I want my wide angle lens to work like how it does.