My name is Frank and I'm a digiholic. I am going to try a Nikon D2X this afternoon. With a zoom lens. I know this is depraved, but I keep getting tempted. I like my little D70 but now I want a bigger "high". I am going to compare my 4x5 scans from my lowly flatbed to a raw 12mp file. I know I could spend $75 getting Tango scans that would be better, but I know myself too well, and that I'm too cheap to drum scan everything. So I'm kind of thinking that when it comes to making an 11x14 print, the 4x5 flatbed scans (as good as they are, I'm not a total idiot) and the D2X are going to be pretty competitive. I also know that shooting a 4x5 with an Aero-Ektar handheld is a great way to spend a lot of money on out of focus film. I may stash my Technika and a few lenses out back just in case, but I kind of like the idea of "getting the shot" no matter what the conditions, which is what a D2X with fast lenses and high ASA can promise. Heck, I may even swap my old Dynalites for i-TTL battery powered shoe mount flashes on stand adaptors... I know talking digi-trash is a no-no but I need some counselling.