One thing I noticed on my D2X is that the camera, when not focusing, doesn't have a great deal of resistance to having its AF drive turned. On a D100, D70, F100, 8008, etc. if you accidentally turn the focus ring of an AF Nikkor like th e50mm f1.4 or 20mm f2.8, you really notice that you're not in AF. There's the feeling of turning the cameras gear train, that the gear ratio is pretty high, and you encounter a lot of resistance. The D2X turns quite easily, as if the gear ratio in the camera were much lower, and the powered off focus motor offers virtually no resistance. In fact, it's a rather nice manual focus feeling. It's a pity that this is probably a "bad thing" to do to the camera, because the feel is good enough that it's tempting to use it as a "touch up" manual focus, especially when you're used to using the AF-ON button on the camera, instead of the shutter release for focusing, so you're not focusing every shot. OK, am I nuts, or has anyone else unthinkingly twisted the MF collar, and noticed this? I'm tempted to write Nikon and say "come on, this is so close, give us a focus override that works this way for the non-AF-S lenses".