Hi all I'm contemplating selling my D200 to replace it with something along the lines of a D90 or D5000. Reason being as I would like something that records video without the need to carry an extra video camera. I will be doing a 2 month Europe and Iceland holiday in June and I want something light and something that can record video. My current video camera is an old DV JVC which has a busted firewire port so I can't transfer the footage onto the computer. Question, would replacing a D200 with a D90 or D5000 be considered a downgrade? The main things I'm concerned about is the image quality and noise control. The noise on a D200 is pretty bad and I'm assuming that seeing as the sensors in the D90 and D5000 are newer, noise control should be a lot better. Are the sensors the same as the ones used in the D300/s? Megapixels don't concern me but again I assume the new sensors should produce better quality images? They all use the CAM1000 autofocus system so focus speed and accuracy should be the same amongst them all? The D5000 doesn't have an in-body focus motor but the main lenses I'll be using is a Tokina 12-24mm and a 55-200mm AF-S VR lens, both of which I'm pretty sure have their own built in AF motor. The D90 seems to have a higher quality LCD. Is it that much better or noticeable than the one on the D200 and D5000? Putting aside the above, are there any other advantages or disadvantages from replacing a D200 with a D90 or D5000? Any opinions would be greatly appreciated!