Many here, including me, have due to circumstances beyond our control have become some sort of camera collectors. I bought a D1x and have been reluctant to sell it because I can't justify giving away a beautiful perfect working D1x that I paid $5000 forat a loss of about $4000. It has just been sitting idly in my closet all wrapped in plastic and carfully packed in it's original box waiting for that some day, when it can come out of the closet and do what it was designed for and designed pretty well, I might add. I came across a website here; http://www.kottke.org/03/01/fun-with-stereographic-photography That gave me the idea of trying stereo photography with my D1x and my D2x. I have never actually done this but it looks very interesting. I'm not entirely sure yet how to apply this to what I do, but I have tried almost everything else and I just can't let that good old D1x go for Coolpiz 995 prices. I noticed RRS has a bracket for sale to accomplish this here; http://reallyrightstuff.com/mpr/index.html I would be interested in hearing from anyone who has tried or is interested in stereo photography and how they apply it to their workflow. Any information at all would be interesting. Here is a Japanese website with some great examples of high quality stereographic pictures. It is Japanese but you don't have to read anything just click on the pictures and stare at them with your eyes slightl crossed. The longer you stare at the pictures the more 3D they become. It is very interesting. http://namai.com/spg/kousa.html If Stereo Photography is not your thing, I would love to just see some conversation of what you are doing with your slightly used professional or prosumer prize camera that you have not been able to part with. Thanks for participating.