dkniskern, sorry, but I deleted a reply from here.
It was from christian2081 who posted a spam advertising link to a shoes web site. That has been deleted, and also the other 3 he posted elsewhere.
OK, I got my CNET Photo and Video Weekly. I need a new camera for an upcoming camping trip, as I don't want to risk my D40. So I click on: "Digital camera buying guide" and read "What kind of digital camera is best for me?" I decide the best bet for this trip is a Snapshooter. So I read advice to help me choose, such as: "What are the Top 5 Cameras in this Class? What Cameras Does the Editor Like? What Cameras Do Other People Like? What Cameras Are the Best Picture Takers in the Whole Wide World?"
Then I start looking at all these cameras that everybody likes, and guess what? None of them has a view finder! That's like having windows with plywood for glass in your house - if you want to see what's outside, you have to go open the door. I can't use a camera with no view finder! What are these camera manufacturers thinking? Suggestions, please.