I'm having great difficulty in choosing the right camera and in deciding between a Panasonic NVGS 400 or a Sony H90; or if there is even a better one out there. I've had a look on the forum and am still confused? Perhaps somebody can help advise? My criteria: * Camera costing up to £1000 * Want excellent picture & sound quality (esp. when played back on a plasma screen) - hence I've been looing at 3CCD models rather than single CCD (Is this the correct choice) * Ideally would like widescreen capability * Want it to be able to take good still pictures (say at 1-2 megapixel equivalent or greater) and store on flash memory card (SD or Memory stick or whatever) * Want good low light capability for indoor shooting (video and stills) * Would like it to come with an external microphone or be easily able to be fitted with one when needed (for narration etc). Also would like whatever microphone it has built in to have good wind noise cancellation. * Must have dv in/out (for video editing on PC) * Minimum of 10X optical zoom * Ideally reasonably small & light weight, yet reaonably robust, as want to bring on holidays, and ideally to replace current camcorder and digital stills camera. Does my holy grail of a camcorder exist? Is it the NVGS400 or HC90, or is there an alternative. All help appreciated!