I took my D200 to the Met yesterday. I got some good results, but I will confess these are NOT straight from the camera by a longshot. I used Auto WB and while the camera did an okay job I was not really happy with the WB out of the box, and did quite a bit of tweaking. Now, the musuem has extremely mixed lighting and its a tough situation for sure. Also, most all my shots were underexposed and I'm finding that the D200 is underexposing WAY more than my d100 did. I should have dialed in at least +.07 using the matrix meter--or even more. This is not a finding others have supported and in fact many have said quite the contrary, so I'm not sure if its my meter, or what. I may end up using the "fine tune" custom function to adjust this, if its truly consistent, but I have yet to take any straight outdoor scenics with straightforward light so I can't be sure. On the upside I can't believe the fantastic results at ISO 800 and above. And the way the NEF's whip into shape with processing is nothing short of amazing. Makes shooting in a museum, handheld, a breeze. All with Nikon 12-24, handheld, no flash. ISO 800, 1/20, F7.1 This shot was way underexposed but I only had a chance to grab one frame with the kid running, so I spent a lot of time fixing it up. ISO 800, 1/80, F4 The odd sky colors here I think is due to the weird glass or plexiglass of the windows. ISO 400, 1/160, F7.1 ISO 800, 1/30, F8 ISO 800, 1/250, F6.3 On the way back home to Brooklyn! ISO 200, WB Daylight -2 (still needed correction due to shooting through car window), 1/500, F4.5 and no I wasn't driving!