I want a faster memory card, or at least I think I do. What I want to know is if a camera's ability to take multiple shots consecutively for extended periods of time is limited by the camera or the memory card. I have a 7D and use a 16GB sandisk 60mb/s card, the problem I'm having is when shooting at its max 8fps I can only get 1 second of photos out before the buffer on my camera fills and starts to slow the frame rate. Does the photo files go through the camera processor at a speed that can limit the transfer regardless of the speed of the card, or is the camera processor fast enough for transfer speed issues to be negligible and therefore the fault of the card speed. I can easily get around this by selecting a smaller size RAW file, but I dont want to. I shoot alot of burst runs at the local cable ski park and only one or two out of a burst run will make it to the editing stage. and when the selected photo does get to the editing stage I dont want a small RAW to work with, I want all the MP i can get as cropping is usually mandatory for a better composition. I'm also limited to what I can get, at regular settings I can get the begging or the end of a jump/trick, not the whole thing. which sucks. Cliffs: -want to know if the cameras buffer is slowing the transfer of photos to the memory card, or if its the memory card speed that limits it. -if its the memory card, what is a good reliable brand of 90MB/s or faster cards. The cards dont even have to be 16 GB, the cheapest I've found 16GB 90MB/s sandisk cards for is $180, however I'd prefer cheaper if available, so it doesn't have to be sandisk or even 16GB. 8GB would be fine.