The older I get, the more cynical I become.... here's a perfect example, and some information for those who don't know.... BEWARE OF PHOTO CONTESTS. Coleman camping equipment folks, photo contest.... here in the small fine print: "By submitting a photograph, you do hereby grant, convey, sell, assign, and transfer to Sponsor, its successors and assigns, as assignee, all of your right, title, and interest in and to the photographs, the copyrights to the photograph(s), any registrations and copyright applications relating to the photograph(s) and any extensions and renewals thereof, all droit morale rights to the photographs, and any derivative use of the photograph(s), including, but not limited to, the sole and exclusive right of copying, engraving, reproducing, and multiplying the photograph(s) in any form in any medium." In plain english: each time you enter a pic (not win, but just entering it) they end up owning it and use it for anything they want, including advertising!!$$$$, and you can't sell it to anyone else or even use it on your pbase site. What they give in return is: First prize $684.92 worth of camping equipment, which to the manufacturer who is sponsoring the contest, probably about $250 wholesale value. This sure beats the company going out and actually hiring a photographer!!! The whole contest retail value payout is $1,961.71 for all prizes, which to them is probably about $800 wholesale value for receiving hundreds, if not thousands of hopefully good/great photographs. Think, and read before entering these contests, folks!