Well I finally got the courage to clean my D80 "sensor" after reading up on it and hearing all the pros cons and scared photographers out there I went into the shop at Ritz, that guy was even a little hessitant to sell me the blower. I bought a a quantaray hurricane blower and as I locked up the shutter I looked down and saw that my sensor is behind a little piece of glass, so I ask why is everyone so afraid of damageing the sensor if it's sitting behind glass? I've had people tell me that if you use the wet cleaning kit you take a chance of scratching the sensor on a d80, I don't see how. But I used the blower and then blew out the back side of all my lenses and now when I take shots I don't get the dust there, or not that I've seen yet. I'd post an example but I havn't got a shot of the blue sky to compare with the shots of sensor dust due to weather lately. I'm not telling everyone with sensor dust to rush out and blow out the dust, but I would say do your research and I don't feel it's that big of a deal. In fact I almost would get the wet cleaning kit if it wearn't 22Bucks for 3 wipes. The blower only cost 7.99, it looks like a 99cent "bugger remover" like they use on babys with a hole in the back but gray.