So I'm in a group that is part of a student-run charity that works with local NGOs around the globe (we're going to Cameroon to build a trade and development centre in a village called Bamendjin), and I spent the day bagpacking at M&S till it was dark out, fundraising. I got home to find that my new (used) Pentax K10D and Pentax SMC-DA 16-45/4 lens were here, but that it was pitch dark outside already. I decided not to let that deter me, and went out into the cold with my new camera. As expected, it was too dark, and only one shot came out that I liked. Here 'tis: The K10D is fantastic. I've been using a K100D, and this thing is certainly a very big step up. It feels much more solid, there are many features I wish I had on the K100D (like spot metering), and the autofocus is quick even in low light despite the fact that it uses the screwdriver-type motor. The viewfinder is one of the most obvious improvements, I think, being much larger and brighter (no tunnel vision).