Well, as you may have read, my D3 was back with Nikon for a period of about 5 weeks due to water ingression. However, the camera is back and firing on all cylinders and I still absolutely love this camera and what it can achieve. It has changed the way I shoot, made me a better photographer and there is never a job that the D3 cannot cope with. All images on a selection of glass from 50mm, 85mm, 24-70, 17-55, 70-200, 300 F/2.8 through to 400mm F/2.8. For me, as a long time Canon user before I moved to Nikon, I find the white balance on the money everytime and the autofocus is something else. I also like the auto ISO, especially if I am working at the football where sun and shade can play havoc with metering and the subsequent shutter speed. Overall, delighted with the camera. I have just been putting together my stock of the year in prep for my 2008 photo book, which I get printed every six months as a record of the year. Highlights this year so far have the been my use of CLS with the first two images shown looking stunning in print for an ad campaign. The other thing that gave me a buzz was meeting Beijing Olympic archer Larry Godfrey and shooting him before he flew to China. He mailed me from China this week to again say thanks for the shots and his partner even dropped by to say how motivated and 'pro' the shots made him look. In fact he has taken a CD to China so he can fire himself up in his quest for gold. Well, if he gets it then great, objective achieved. Overall, my favourite shots of the year have been the cycle stuff of which the first three here were all shot on a D2h.