Hello all, Since DSLRs are so painfully expensive I have decided to stop saving up and buy a good film SLR. I was considering Canon Rebel 2000 (EOS 300 in UK, I think) but my plan got soured by one review on photo.net that its plastic lens mouth wears off in time. My friend baught a Nikon F75 (also named N75) but I don't want it because there is no manual ISO setting. Here are the points to consider: 1. I had an SLR before so I'm not totally new at this. But I'm not really in the advanced stage either. 2. I need a camera that will last and have enough features for use even when I buy a more advanced camera. 3. It has to be cheap! :? because of obvious reasons. 4. Canon is prefered because of the vast options in lens. 5. Manual ISO a must, for creativity. Thats about it. So if you have experience with a Rebel 2000 please tell me why you like/dislike it, and if it is a good choice. If not, then which one is?