I shall be travelling to Singapore next month and had been looking forward to allowing myself to be tempted if I found a good deal on the D300. Anything is bound to be cheaper than what we have to pay here in Norway. But I have just discovered that the international warranty only covers lenses, not camera bodies. Given the problems many (?) are having with this camera, would it be unwise of me to purchase? I wonder just how common these cases of DBS and problems with certain lenses are. I certainly wouldn't want the hassle of having to return a camera to Singapore, and given labour charges here, any saving would certainly be lost if I had to send it to Nikon Norway.