I have narrowed my decision down to two cameras, the Cannon Elura 65 & the Panny PV GS120. I have listed below my top concerns from most important to least. Video Quality Audio Quality Picture Quality (Still Photos) Low light Conditions Image Stabilization 16X9 Video Video Quality: I know all the specs on the two cameras, however I have been getting one opinion vrs another when I talk to the sales reps. Which camera has the best video quality? (Specs - Cannon 1CCD, 1/4.5 -inch CCD, 1,300,000 pixels (effective pixels on the Cannon are 690,000.00 Pixels - tape & 1,230,000 Pixels - Card. The panny is 3CCD's, smaller CCD size, 3X460,000 Pixels, (effective pixels are 870,000 Pixels - Card (Video) & 840,000 Pixels - Tape (Pictures)). When one looks at the specs, it looks like the Cannon has the better of the two... Audio Quality: According to some users, the Panny has better audio (mainly due to the fact, that it does not pick up the camera noises plus the audio zoom function on the panny). Does anyone have experience with the two & can shed some light on this? Picture quality: I assumed that the Cannon did as it has a slightly higher Pixel count (1.3 Mega vrs 1.2 mega (panny)). Then I saw a shutter speed spec that stated the Cannon at 1/2000 per second & the Panny at 1/8000 per page... Is there a difference between a page vrs a second or is this a typo? With that being said, which camera has the better picture quality (or would it be so close on a 4x6 picture that one would not really notice?) Low Light: I will be doing mostly home video (we are expecting our first child in December). According to most, the cannon has a problem with this. I therefore understand that the Panny is better... Any comments? Stabilization: From what I have read, the Panny is not as good as the Cannon for Stability. Is there much of a difference (with zoom & without?) that would sway me from one to the other (keep in mind, this is not my main concern here). 16X9: From what I have read, both have the 16X9 Option. I think the Cannon has the true 16X9 & the Panny just stretches the image to accomodate the 16X9. I am not sure - anyone know? I am hoping that one of you has experience with both cameras & can shed some light on your opinion on what one is better. If not, any suggestions would be helpfull. From there I will make my decision.... Thank you.