As some of you know I am off to the USA in about 45 days ..... Right. Here's the point were I get stoopid. Before now I have thrown a roll of 50 or 25 ISO into my Canon EOS 10 and snapped away merrily. This time however it's my 350D. This has posed a couple of thoughts and possible problems for me. I'll address them one by one and if anyone can help thanks. I have always used a 25/50/100 ISO for some of my night shots used the Bulb or 1 second function and got good results. Not If I want to do the same sort of thing with the 350D is this possible? With it being July and August I am hoping for sun, sun, sun. What about over exposure using the 350D. It doesn't go as low as 25 or 50 ISO. WIll this be a problem? Due to weight problems (the luggage etc.) Iam being limited to only 2 lenses my 18-55mm and my 28-135mm. I am going to shoot on large JPEG. You all reckon this will be ok for zooming in on PS when I get back? Back to the night shots. I am thinking to use the RAW on these so I can tinker and blow them up in to nice large photos. What do you all reckon? I want to make this trip a total photofest. Before I go I am going to photograph the tickets, the kids looking at the brochure, and the family packing the case. So when I get to the airport does anyone think I am going to be arrested for taking a photo of the kids by the gate or the plane? (Honest I am not a terrorist - I have two little terrors but not a terrorist). Also I have bought a underwater compact camera for £5.00 which is a film one (just a bog standard free focus compact in a casing) This should be ok as I really don't want to use the 350D by the pool. Never can be too careful with the kids etc. I know some of these questions are stoopid and I should know the answers but I just wanted other peoples opinions. *** EDIT*** Rather than steal or Hijacck another thread. Does anyone think I should shoot the whole trip in Raw, JPEG or RAW AND Jpeg ? Thanks all ..... .