Hey All, I've been shooting with a DSLR for quite a few years now, and I feel that I've gotten quite good at it. Well I decided that I wanted a new Point-and-Shoot for when I didn't feel like toting my gripped D90 around. After days of research, I decided to pick up the Canon SX210is. I read many reviews saying, "This is the best point-and-shoot on the planet!" Unfortunately I am very disappointed with the performance of this camera. I shot some stuff around the house where I expected the camera would perform quite well. Lots of blur and noise. I also shot outside and I feel the shots were mediocre. Now I understand that this is a $240 camera, but I thought I would get a little better performance out of it. I thought about picking up the S95, but it's about $130 more... which is more than I wanted to spend on a P&S. I may consider taking it back and waiting for the Nikon P300 (F1.8 lens!) Here's some examples straight from the camera... Make em bigger. Look at the bushes on the left: Here's a good one: Noise on the hood of my truck: PLENTY of very bright light... dog was pretty still as well. AF was centered on her. I have been playing with this thing all afternoon (today is my day off) and cannot produce satisfactory images. What gives? Maybe I have a lemon?