Recently I had a Nikon 5700 go into the shop with a "lens error". Then another Canon A80 I use at work with a dead LCD. All this in two weeks with two cameras, one of which was not cheap by any stretch of the imagination. A friend just had major problems with a D70 also. May I suggest that digital cameras in general may not have LONG TERM reliability at all, and that may turn out to be their greatest downfall? I see posts all the time of various digital woes and error messages..yada yada. I am also seeing posts on photo forums of folks switching BACK to film! I am thinking about just getting a nice scanner for digital production. I have N90s N80s old Canon A1s and a Pentax K1000 that have been reliable as bricks for 20-25 years. Any other dinosaurs out there getting the "digital doubts"?