Nikon feels good to me. The controls are in all the right places, and pictures appear more natural. Not to say there isn't many good canons out there. there are. Know whats fun? hand over a pro body to a person, and watch them take shots that look terrible. Its the photographer, not the camera. With the digital hype, in the beginning the major advancements did cause a lot of bias (with each company one upping the other) but now that we can do stuff with digital that we could never do with film, I feel like photographers have to stop it with this nikon/canon war and just go out and shoot. Agree to disagree. I like Nikon. I have nikon lenses, so I'm more likely to buy another nikon. So end this thread here; stop taking pictures of test charts and doing 300 percent crops on images shot at 5 million ISO and go take some real photographs. I seemed to be able to take pictures that looked great using an old, freebie Olympus C-2500l, even with its many, MANY limitations.