The D2H really shines - and it's exceptionally and especially noticeable in print. I finally finished all my Thailand images and today I received them back after getting a whole bunch of professionally done prints of them. I am so happy with the results in the sense that the color, grain and overall look is so film like in texture and quality that I'm gobsmacked. Yes, I know I've had the camera for 6 months now, but so much of my work is digitally delivered for magazine work that I never get much in the way of proper frameable prints. So, the series of 57 images that I've just had done is quite a milestone for me with this camera and to me it knocks the socks off every other camera I've owned when it comes to the printed results. Screen viewed images just do not do the camera justice. You have to see a pro print and see the texture to really appreciate LBCAST. I think the D2H will go down as the most unfairly criticised camera ever made, just because of three things - some unfortunate early images, people who can't use it but have the bucks to buy it, and Canon trolls who've jumped on the bandwagon. Tonight I'm a more than happy D2H person. Call me a Nikon fanatic if you wish- it's a label I'm more than proud to wear!