When my D2x is on a tripod, and I use MLU and a cable release, it gives me wonderfully sharp images -- much nicer than anything I get from my D70s. However, I find that when I hand-hold the two cameras, I find that I usually get noticeably sharper images from the D70s, except at very fast shutter speeds. I know I need to work on my hand-holding technique. But until my technique improves, I wonder -- if I want to pick up another camera body that will give me the sharpest images and best high ISO performance, am I better off choosing: D2Hs -- fewest and largest sensor pixels, so presumably the least affected by camera shake. The LBCAST sensor is widely praised for its color rendition. But I hear varying reports about its high ISO performance; it's certainly ahead of the D2x from the reports I have read, but some D40 owners seem to think their camera outperforms the D2Hs in low-light environments. Are they right? Also, is it just the JPEG engine in the D2Hs that delivers the great high-ISO results, such that its RAW files won't be any less noisy than what other cameras can deliver? D40 -- an inexpensive (if constrained by AF-S lens bias) way to upgrade from what my D70s can do, if its noise characteristics are really better than the D2Hs. D80 -- At 10 megapixels, I doubt this camera would be that much less prone to camera shake than my D2x. But if I'm mistaken, please correct me! I would be especially interested in hearing from anyone who has actually used both the D2Hs and the D40. Those two cameras couldn't be more different as potential solutions to my "spaz hands" problem, but each has a special appeal. The D40 would not only (in theory) cut down on my camera shake problems; it would give me an ultra-portable DSLR that I could carry places where my D2x seems awkwardly bulky. By contrast, the D2Hs would be a near-twin to the D2x controls I'm so comfortable with, and unlike the D40 it could use all my lenses, and would be worth the extra $$$ if indeed it would shield me that much more from camera shake while also giving me better high-ISO performance than the D40 (if indeed that's the case). Advice? I'll look forward to any comments you may have. Thanks in advance!