Hey, looking at getting a new camera since my old Kodak Easyshare One stopped working (something with it not getting power from the battery or something). I'm looking for something $200 or below. I'm not looking for any particular brand, but Canon seems to be a good thing to me. I'd like something small enough that I can get it in my pocket, so no sticking out lenses or anything, but it doesn't have to be really tiny. I don't need more then standard optical zoom, but I would like to try to go up to 5x or so if I can. I'll pretty much be using this camera for anything and everything, but no one thing in particular. I shouldn't be making any big prints of my photos (probably stick around 4x6), so that's the level of quality I NEED. But I do use pictures for computer backgrounds every now and then and wouldn't mind being able to make slightly bigger prints of some pictures for a few extra dollars (for example I'd pay 190 instead of 160 for better image quality). My biggest issue with my old camera is that it took forever to start up, and generally was slow all around. I'd like to try for something that doesn't take to long to start up, but particularly doesn't take to long to take a picture or between pictures. I'd also like to go for as good movie quality as I can get from it, but I know that usually jacks up the price, so I'll take what I can get. In just same random looking around I've glanced at the Canon Powershot A1000IS, SD890IS, and SD890IS (I said Canon was catching my eye ). Thanks for the help. P.S. The more durable the better .