Seriously. The anticipation is THAT intense. Did some hunting on various forums for a used D300 and just HAPPENED to wake up on a hot Sunday morning and fired up eBay. Lo and behold new factory sealed D300 for the cost of one used. "No way, this person must have been selling doilies before listing this". To my further surprise individual had perfect feedback, and was selling some really big ticket items. Add that they had two, and someone had purchased before I did (same day) I had to claim it - at the least, I wouldn't be the only sucker to get scammed. Bad thing, they only ship twice a week yet are in the same state. No whining would get them to ship it to me sooner, even though they already have the cash. . . - gonna let them know (after the D300 is in my hot lil hands of course) that they need to make their shipping information clearer, especially since they really do have some good deals on products (500 for a 18-200MM Nikon VR and free shipping). Add to that they shipped USPS instead of UPS, so the tracking information isn't dynamically updated and instead relies on someone keying in my packages progress, so I am stuck at the "Status: Electronic Shipping Info Received" screen that was generated on the 11th. As such I am overloading my senses by reading every dog gone review, and preview picture and youtube unboxing and anything that can be used to aid in my ability to visually see the camera in my greedy hands. Only conciliation is that the Sigma 24-60 lens I ordered arrived today so that is at least one part of my immediate future dslr package complete (this thing coming from New York to CA in two days - amazing). Fingers are crossed and double crossed that this outfit gets its act together and actually shipped my package out Wednesday as they said they would and I get it tomorrow for some weekend roaming. Otherwise, I may just have to go supernova and explode in a ridiculous ball of anticipation.