Thanks! Yep - the D1 does force you to pick the right lens for the right job, no question about it. The higher quality MP sensors have given folks with less than optimal FL a fighting chance to get proper composition in post. What really killed me about the D1 series was the sheer number of NiMH batteries I had to maintain, and the associated workstream of keeping track of charging, conditioning and rotating. I once showed a Six Sigma efficiency black belt my system and he fled in horror. It was a bit of a relief to move on to a D2 and be back in LiON country.