Sorry, but Drobo is not idiot proof. I had one for several years. It had 3 HDs and I thought my photos were totally protected. One day I wanted to format a travel drive and casually placed the cursor on that drive- I thought. It actually was in between that travel drive and Drobo in MY COMPUTER and, as you might guess, it chose Drobo. I clicked FORMAT and years of photos were gone in an instant. You might say to always have several backups. Well, I thought I did- 3 to be exact.
Bob Meyer: Nikons wording on the AA filter is very curious. They're not saying the AA filter has been removed, they're saying the "effect" of that filter has been "removed." That doesn't seem like accidental wording. I'm very curious as to what's going on here.
Why bother offering a D800 when the D800e is "better"? I know its done to make money but it seems like Nikon developed this new technology that looks like it should cost about the same but then offers it as an option. Make all the D800's the 'e' version and eliminate one assembly line. This would save Nikon enough to make up the price difference.