So, I've been shooting for about a month on an old 35mm film SLR (Fujica ST605n) and been having a lot of fun with it. Recently, though, I managed to borrow a friend's Rebel XS. After playing with it for a few days, I noticed my shots weren't coming out that great, and that's when I finally realized that the Rebel has a tiny viewfinder when compared to my film camera. The tiny viewfinder makes it harder to manually focus the camera, and when it finally is in focus, it's much harder to see the DoF, when compared with my film cam. I also think composing the shot is marginally harder in a smaller viewfinder. Sooo my question is, what DSLRs have larger viewfinders? I'm looking to buy an entry level DSLR in the next few months, and I can't seem to find this info on the manufacturer's website. On a related note, whose idea was it to move the lense's aperture ring off the lense itself and to that hard to turn wheel next to the shutter button?!