I don't intend on sounding disrepectful with my next comment, but what makes you or Thom Hogan or Ken Rockwell such experts with the operation of the cameras/lenses you review or write handbooks to guide the rest of us? How is it you get your hands on nuances in their operation that is not, apparently, in the ownners manual that we, the plebs, couldn't extract ourselves, given enough time. And yet you folks are able to put out a manual with all these little nuances not soon after the introduction of the new camera. I'm just a little puzzled, too, how this information doesn't find itself in the owners manuals, when the manufacturers, would, I expect, want us to know everything about their camera to enable us to make full use of their advanced features. AND, you still have families that love you so obviously you haven't cloistered yourselves in some little room experimenting, ad infinitum, to learn the cameras detailed operation, like we seem to have to, given the dialogue in Nikonians. BTW, I did buy Thom's D80 guide (I gave it away with the traded camera for my D7000) and found maybe 10% pretty useful, the rest was basic camera operation which I was already familiar with. That said, I'd like to get a manual that contains only the nuances and not necessarily the basic, "How to take a picture" instruction. Is there such a beast? Darell, your printed book has gotten a lot of good reviews, so I may make that purchase, now that's available at Amazon.