Of course the cheapest will probably be the D-30, but That's she's kind of extinct now. I have two Canon kit lenses, and I'm trying to get into the SLR market for CHEAP. I'm looking to spend about $300, which I know is NOTHING but its all I feel comfortable spending at this point. My plan is to use the dirt cheap Canon SLR with my kit lenses, to learn, and then when I get out of college in the next year or two, buying something with more features. I was looking at the 10D. It looks really cool, but for the same price I can get a 350D. I wanna stay away from the 300D, only because it doesn't have rear-curtain flash (and that's important to me, cause I love the look of a rear-curtain car shot). I would, however be okay with a EOS-D60, if it still has a quality image, and I don't feel limited by it. I know I can't afford a Canon 20D, so its out of the question. It will have to be a 10D, D-60 or a 350D, as those are the three cameras that fit my budget and still have rear-curtain flash. Anyone with experience on both of these, which would you recommend? I want to have a lot of control over my photos, so a lot of settings I can tinker with while learning would be awesome. Any help would be appreciated! P.S. I'd love to try these cameras out first, but I'm afraid that won't be possible. I mean I could, but its hard to find stuff to compare and contrast when dealing with used equipment.