>I know Hogan's D600 review is only a few days old, and 800+ >pages, but am anxious to hear some comments on how well the >ebook does in maximizing it's features. I did find his earlier >D300 review a great read.
I'm 250 pages in reading it and so far compared to my previous D90 version I find it much better. He has got rid of the general DSLR stuff and concentrated more specifically on the camera and the settings and provides suggestions. Although he does seem to advise exercising caution on high ISOs which I have "ignored"