So, I'm looking to get a DSLR. Had one before, gave it to a college student I know who was headed to Europe for a year and (like all students) was broke. I've been looking around, and had narrowed the choice to the Nikon D90 or Canon 50D. Price being right around $1k, which is okay, considering. Then I find this place with the 50D body for less than $300. I can guess it's stripped, minus the accessories, but that's okay. I can get batteries, etc, without too much trouble. And I have Canon lenses (not AF, but again, they'll work). I like the Canon. It matches the feel of my old A-1, and I'm used to the way the lenses work (opposite Nikon). So I call, and the guy says, "you know it's just the body?" I tell him that's OK, what more could I need? His reply is that I'll need the software, and that's another $500!!! That's absurd. So, my questions is, anybody got the software? Or know exactly why it's so freaking expensive? Or is this guy just jerking my chain? I hate folks who work to jerk people around like this. Really, I don't need anything more than the body and maybe a new lense. I've got filters, cases, tripods, other junk. I just don't want to buy a "package" full of stuff I'll never use. Anybody got a recommendation, or want to help by loaning some software? If I don't get this I'll probably still keep looking, or just buy a used 40D if I can find on cheap.