Well my first, anyway :smile: All with 80-400VR. Focus lock with this lens is definitely faster than with the D100, mostly noticable in dim light--much less hunting. But its no miracle cure for lack of AF-S (as one would expect.) I got less in-focus "keepers" than I would have expected, even at high shutter speeds, and I'm not sure exactly why. Probably just need to get up to speed with the various focus options etc. But, the ability to shoot at higherer ISO's is awesome and will allow me to use higher shutter speeds than I could with the D100, so that is another plus. I was also blown away with the frame rate---WOW--now I can see why I will need lots more CF cards. And I was using Continuous Low! I'm afraid to see what high might do! That alone blows the D100 out of the water. Not to mention the ability to use higher ISO's without worrying too much about noise. With the D100 I wouldn't dare go over 400 if I could possibly avoid it. I love the ergonomics, feature set, and the controls of this camera--now I just need some practice! No flash used on these. Normally I would have used fill-flash but I didn't want to complicate things on the first day ;-) I really just wanted to see how it would do without flash. 1/800, F6.3 1/250, F6.3 1/500, F5.6 1/500, F6.3 The Hermit Thrush is at ISO 200, the others at 400.