Had a play with my mates Canon 20D last night as I am tempted to enter the world of DSLR. It was the first time I'd tried out a DSLR and I was very impressed with a number of things (eg shutter speed, continuous shooting, full manual controls etc) but there appeared to be one major disadvantage compared to my canon Ixus 430 - you can't take a photo using the LCD. My mate assured me that there was no way this could be done. Is this true? It would really put me off buying a 20D or any DSLR for that matter... I find it really difficult to use a view finder as I wear glasses. I always end up pushing my glasses closer to my face and smudge the lenses meaning that i have to clean my glasses more regulary. I know that I could take my glasses off and adjust the focus on the view finder but I am almost blind without them! The 20D also seemed to have a VERY complicated OS compared to my 430 as well. Why can't all the options be viewed on the LCD rather than splitting them across the LCD on the back and the digital display on top?? Basically what I'm kind of asking is tell me that why it would be a good idea to spend over a grand on a 20D plus lenses!!