So I've been using a Canon S200 2MP I bought back in like 2002, and between the 3 batteries I have I can get a whopping 30 pictures. I leave for Alaska to hit the woods tomorrow, so I needed a new camera. Bought the Canon SD1100 IS 8MP, had good reviews, and I've always liked Canon. Problem is every picture looks like total ass. For example here is a cropped full resolution picture, full detail: Of course the sample images on Canons website look great, here is one of their sample images that is the stitching on a leather glove: Naturally they are spending time to make their sample pictures as good as possible, but I can't get anything that even looks DECENT, much less looks good and sharp like that. Honestly my 2MP looks better, its not all dull and grainy like the SD1100, what the hell is up? I need a camera for this trip, but I"m just not happy with this thing, would you be? I'm thinking I submit an RMA request today or tomorrow, then when they get back to me in a few days after that with an answer I have like 14 days to send it back, that may give me enough time to use the camera on the trip and then return it when I get back... I don't know what to do and I don't understand why the pictures are so horrible. Thoughts?