An interesting through I had just now. I was looking at basic P&S cameras the other day to replace my beat up old one. I even came across one I really liked and almost bought it. But I got to thinking: I haven't even really used my old one at all for as long as I can remember. I don't take my big bulky SLR everywhere, but ever since I've had a phone with a built-in camera, I've relied for that for on-the-go pics. It's something I always have on me, and with advances in optics and processing, shots coming out of some phones today are almost as good as P&S's from just a few years ago. I guess the question I'm getting at is: Is the cell phone camera killing the point and shoot camera market? The smart phone already wiped out the dedicated palm pilot and similar decivices thanks to internet browsing, business applications, and other computer functionality. I predict the phone camera (if it hasn't already done so) will totally wipe out at least entry level P&S cameras. Thoughts?