Sorry about the length--I got a bit wordy here. I sent in my D2H last month for a problem that I don't think was related to the meter at all. It began giving the "fEE" aperture error on any lens with an aperture ring, which hit my number 1 lens-the Beast. With a G series lens, it gave the "Err" code. The problem started intermittently with the 28-70 as the "Err" code. Initially, I thought I was bumping the lens release button enough to cause a problem (HUGE difference when stepping up from a D100). But times when I hit the button, the viewfinder would get dark, without any error message, and it was pretty easy to fix. The various fixes for the "Err" at first included the DOF preview button, powering off and on the camera, and even turning the camera off and remounting the lens. However, when the "fEE" error hit, I had an expensive, and heavy, paperweight. The S/N on the D2H is 2038XXX, purchased new from B&H in early March 2005. The repair order came back Rank B2-Repair SC202183, RPL ENCODER, RPL SPONGE, ADJ TTL FLASH, GENERAL CHECK & CLEAN, and CLEAN CCD. The camera has worked since it came back, but it occasionally gives an "Err" code with the 28-70 that has cleared with the DOF preview. It's kind of like the aperture is sticking or something. Has anyone else experienced this or heard of this kind of problem? It seems like it may be recurring less than one month (approx 800 pictures) after I got it back from Nikon Service.