Hi...I don't know if you've decided on what camera you're going to buy yet, but I have a few recommendations. I've recently bought a Fujifilm F31fd and absolutely love the camera. CNET doesn't have it rated, since it's very new and basically the same as the F30, which they do have reviewed. The only difference between the F30 and the F31fd is that the F31fd has the addition of Face detection as well as a few menu changes and styling changes. The reason I'm recommending these cameras is because you can take pictures at very high ISOs and get excellent results. Normally, shooting at anything over ISO 200 or 400 is risky, but with either of these cameras, I'm very comfortable shooting up to ISO 800 without seeing hardly any image "noise". The sensitivity rages up to 3200, but you don't want to be using those extremely high ISOs unless if it's for an emergency. The cameras are 6.3 megapixels, but who really needs more than that? Either of these cameras are capable of producing astounding photos. They also have a lot of options and settings to fool around with, such as aperature and shutter priority. I highly recommend going to the website below and reading the entire review. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. I am currently an electronics sales professional at Sears.