Hello! I'm in a quandry. I'm in the process of securing funds for an artistic photographic project, for which I will be taking plenty of shots outside, at dusk, in London. However, I also shoot fashion magazines as a prelude to commercial work in that field, and gig shots/portraiture etc. for paying the bills. But basically my dilemma is this: I'm after a camera that I can take my artistic shots with, that is also good for studio and live work. My initial thought is - a 555ELD with a phase one P30 back would cover most of those bases, with a decent prism and short lens for outdoor work and longer lens for studio and live work. Of course, now the 555ELD is discontinued, and how long stocks will last I have no idea - considering that my grant won't come through for three or four months, this could be a problem. At the moment I work with hired equipment and find the situation most unsatisfactory. I've thought about the canon, of course, but I don't like the feel of it in my hand, and always find that pointing an SLR at someone in the street is more likely to produce an adverse reaction than using a waist-level viewfinder discretely. So, basically, I'm after advice. I need a camera that is rugged and portable, capable of working with a high-level digital back, and ideally also good for studio and live work. Help!