I had the camera on Program mode. I'd taken beautiful pictures on program mode before with and without the built-in flash; with and without the SB-600. I must admit, the lighting wasn't that great. We were watching the Giants-Eagles game in a room that's not well lit. Nonetheless, I'd taken pictures with my D40 before in that room in P-mode. Anyway, the D200 just would not meter correctly. It kept giving me a low shutter speed which resulted in blur even with the flash. I tried turning the dial and the shutter speed would not budge. I had a "Sigma 28-70mmm 1:2.8 EX DG D" lens attached. That lens is "2.8" throughout its range. After my friends left, I tried a similar picture on the D40---PERFECT. I tried again on the D200, that time on M-Mode and it was much better. I thought to myself, there's a lot I need to learn about the D200. In hindsight, I must have changed some settings without realizing it.
By the way, Rockwell mentioned the banks briefly. Somehow, it didn't stick until I saw them in this format. I took all my pictures on Bank A, I think. If I had changed to bank B, I wouldn't have known. It would have been by accident because using different banks never entered my mind.
My original point is that this spreadsheet is AWESOME.