As some of you may know, Nikon decided to replace my D70 after being in for service the third time. BTW, it was out of warranty all three times so I was rather impressed. Well, I got my replacement camera today and it's already broke. The top LCD display doesn't display all the data. The top portion of the last digit for frames left does not work, the preset and auto WB icons do not display, the "L" for large size does not display and the word "Basic" for pic quality does not display. It is an earlier build camera then my other D70 that I purchased in April so I'm not all that confident that this camera will be trouble-free either. (The one they replaced was purchased the first day they were available in the states. Early build D70's seem to have issues; BGLOD, ERR, etc.) I am very appreciative for them replacing the camera, but I'd like one that works! I certainly don't want to start the repair cycle all over again! I'm going to call them Friday and ask them what my options are, but at this point I think I'd like to have a later build D70 or a D70s. Should I offer to pay them something to upgrade me to the s? Any suggestions before I call? Thanks!