Hello from Australia, Just signed up as I have a T90 on the way and I'm anticipating that I may have some questions or need some advice once it arrives. To give a rundown of my photographic history - I started out with a Canon 450D and kit lens with no idea about photography, just using the automatic modes. To be honest I've got to be grateful for digital cameras because if it wasn't for them and their ease of use I would probably never have become interested in photography. My main interest is in motorsport photography, mostly motorbikes. Anyway after I got the hang of it and actually knew how aperture, ISO and shutter speed affected the images I decided to upgrade to a used 1D MkII and bought a 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L. WOW! That lens really opened my eyes... really liked the pro body as well. I used that combo for a few years, but only occasionally when I got out to spectate at some races or motorcycle track days. The other limiting factor is that I enjoy riding more than I enjoy taking photos, so that always made for difficult decisions! Eventually I got sick of viewing races through a tiny hole in a box, I wanted to just kick back and actually watch the race instead of taking photos all the time so I sold all the dSLR gear and bought an M8 with 50mm Summilux for general use. No longer annoyed about having a small viewfinder or it blacking out when the shutter is released... the M8 is a keeper. But just recently I started to miss the motorsport photography again - this also happened to coincide with having a roll of film processed that had been sitting in my Wide Angle Slim (toy camera) for 2 years. I was surprised at the photos that came out of that, I used to think of film as something of a novelty but that made me take it more seriously. I wanted to use more film, I wanted a cheap way to get back into motorsport photography, and here I am! After a week of furious Googling I made a decision and very shortly a bunch of T90 gear will be winging it's way to me. No idea how I will adapt to manual focus, but I'm going to give it my best shot! Well no sitting around, now I'm off to the Modifications forum... Cya's around!