As you all know, I ordered a camera from Amazon, which turned into an adventure, with the camera order being cancelled too late for me to cancel the rest of the order, forcing me to try again. So I ordered another used camera from Amazon in condition "Used - Good", for $10 cheaper, with the specific proviso that I would be getting just the camera only, with minor scuffs. Well, all the items arrived today, by some miracle I have no clue about, and I opened the box, expecting a scuffed used camera, but what I got was a BRAND NEW UNOPENED Package! The wrap had never been taken off, and the entire package, including warranty card, manual, starter SD card, A/V cable, USB cable, and software, was there! BRAND FREAKING NEW! I guess this points to the problems of the point-and-shoot camera category. They are seriously not selling, for unsold units like this to show up in the bottom-feeder-reseller market. So I got an 8 mpxl camera with optical image stabilization, and nearly all the settings you can get in an SLR, including manual focus, program mode, and pure manual mode, for under $50. It seems my bad fortune turned into extraordinarily good fortune, in the end. I just have to get used to how this camera connects to the PC, as a scanner-type device rather than a mass-storage device.