Nikon is relatively foreign to me. No lack of respect for the quality or anything, just not what I use. The D90 has been out for a while, and seems to be doing well, especially due to its ability to capture HD video. As for software, iPhoto is also something I've never tried. I know it's not as capable as Aperture, but should do fine for a while. I find Adobe products mostly over-complicated. There aren't too many times I run my stuff through Adobe software for improvements. The Union Station photo was created in Adobe, but there are other ways. Canon's software (free) is excellent at most things, especially at converting RAW files. I assume Nikon has the same level of included software for their stuff (isn't it called "Capture NX" or something?) Either way, thanks for the comments!