Hello all, This is my first post here. I look forward to reading all these great posts. I am an amateur photographer. Sure, I have been taking photos for years and have a good eye, but I have yet to make the leap to knowing tons of stuff. I like shooting in the outdoors (sporting events are my favorite). Anyway, back in the old days I used a Minolta 400si w/tele-photo and around 2001 I upgraded to a Olympus E-20. Fast forward to today. I am stuck between two roads. Road One: Pick up the tele-photo lens I want for my E-20 (ebay around $325), plus a couple filters I want and commit to Olympus. Road Two: Get a different camera that will grow with me. I don't like how the Olympus is stuck on lenses. I was looking at getting the Nikon D100, which is now affordably priced. Can you help? I am trying to figure out if going to the D100 will be a good size increase in quality and ability. There are some 40 nikon lenses for it I believe and it is a 6.1 megapixel camera (E-20 is 5). Also is the D70 better to get than the D100? It seems like it is a slight upgrade, but the body is not as good. This correct or? Thanks!