Hi there guys, My name's Geoff, and I live in Melbourne Australia. Still have my very first camera an English-made "VP Twin" that uses 127 film. Got it as a 10th birthday present in 1956! Currently using a pristine, circa 1975 Nikomat FT-2 with (generally) Fuji Superia 200. Have been using digital for nearly 10 years, and have gradually become disillusioned with its pseudo-technological "advances". Smile detection? Miniature effect? Background defocus? 16MP on what should be 4MP sensors? Is that the best the digital marketers can come up with? I kind of see digital versus film cameras a bit like the CD versus vinyl record thing. Digicams are quick, down and dirty, and all about instant gratification whereas film needs planning, thinking, and tweaking and loving. My 35mm camera's 35 years old; will my Sony NEX 5 still be around in 3 decades? I'm guessing not. (Hope I am LOL.) Anyways folks, good to be here. G.