I read a post by a Canon sports shooter the other day where he commented that when he set his camera down to 5fps from 8.5 he found that he had a significantly higher percentage of in-focus shots in sequence. One of his theories was that this may be, at least in part, due to the amount of processing that has to take place keeping the subject in focus and that at 8.5fps it wasn't always keeping up, especially in poor light conditions. He also commented that he did not find that he was missing peak action any more often at 5fps than at 8fps. I have not yet tested this on my D2H, although I may give this a try Friday morning. This is of interest to me in general, and specifically as I will be acquiring a D200 shortly which will replace my D70 and I will be evaluating whether a second one will replace my D2H. Thoughts? Opinions? General comments and/or BS?