Okay, so I've decided that once I get the money, I'm going to get a dSLR :mrgreen:. Right now I've got an old film Pentax ME Super SE that my dad gave me when I got into photography. I've got two lenses for it, but I'll go over that later. I'm looking at the Pentax K100D, for several reasons. Namely, the compatibility of lenses. I was thinking I'd just buy the body and then be able to use the lenses with it. Here's my problem. I'm not sure of how great the lenses are. I mean, what's the point of getting a camera that's compatible with crummy lenses? I'll just end up buying better lenses, in which case I might look at Canon and Nikon, seeing as that's the main advantage of the Pentax in my mind (that being that I have compatible lenses). I have the standard lense that came with the Pentax. It seems good and clear judging by some of the prints I've made with it. It has aperture settings from 1.7 to 22. Then I have a telephoto that I got for Christmas the year of receiving the ME Super. This is the main one I'm unsure of. When I look through the viewfinder on the camera, the image looks kind of fuzzy, but I haven't really noticed anything in prints. It seems to be made by a company called Underground, but I couldn't find anything in a search. It goes from 4.5 to 22 stops. 80-200 mm. (Sorry 'bout the flash, only way to get a clear handheld shot) Does anyone know about this company or lense? Would it be worth it to keep these lenses and stay with Pentax or should I just ditch the setup and go with a Canon/Nikon/Sony with a good kit lense? Could someone please help?