Alrighty, as the title suggests, these are the first few shots off the recently acquired used D7000 that I snagged last week to replace my broken D90. Admittedly, it's not my best work...the first two shots were taken out at French Creek Reservation of the Lorain Country MetroParks while taking our dogs for a walk yesterday evening (in other words, the 6 month old pup was dragging me along behind her, LOL). I had wanted to get out to a local nature preserve, however recent family situations dictated otherwise (the tranny on my minivan let go, so we're searching for a new ride at the moment). The third shot is our family's newest member, Louie...a couple of months ago we took him in as a stray at 10 weeks old, only to find out he had feline leukemia, however has has been retested and is now (thankfully) healthy and doing well. For those interested, the shots of the deer and of the kitten were captured using my Tamron 70-300mm and the wide angle of the path was shot with my Nikon 18-55mm. All were captured using AP mode on the camera and all have been processed thru Camera Raw and Photoshop. It's probably gonna take me a few weeks to get used to the D7000...it's just different enough from the D90 to throw me a bit (both in handling and processing), however once I get used to the nuances and such, I think it's gonna be a GREAT camera to shoot with. As always, comments and critiques are welcomed and encouraged, however I do ask that you be detailed...whether you love it or hate it, please tell me why. Don't feel you need to be a pro or anything to review my work, however simply telling me "it's wonderful" (or "it sucks") really doesn't tell me much at all. Thanks and enjoy!