What do you think is a great semi-pro AF 35mm SLR body/s that you think is the one to have, and why (no wrong answers, and give more then one if you want) and again, no pro bodies please: I'll start: Canon EOS-3, with battery/vertical grip. Why?: 1. Eye control focus point selection. Minimizes re-composing. 2. E-TTL flash logic that makes nearly any flashing job a no-brainer. 3. Quiet rewind mode. 4. 45 focus points to choose from. Minimizes re-composing. 5. Up to 7 frames/second. 6. Under $200 in excellent condition used. 7. Separate light meters for body & flash. 8. Uses one's existing EF mount lenses. 9. Shutter life rated at 100,000 actuations. 10. Dust/Moisture sealed. 11. Compatible with over 60 EF lenses, several flashes, and dozens of EOS accessories. 12. 18 Custom Functions 13. 1/8,000s shutter speed Dislikes: 1. Will fog IR film. 2. Shutter is very loud. 3. LCD prone to fading eventually. 4. Unless one has the optional battery/vert grip (takes 8 AA bats), this camera will die once the 2CR5 battery is no longer made. 5. It is a bit big and heavy. 6. Flash synch just 1/200s.