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I just bought my first Nikon several months ago and was torn over the D5100 vs. D7000 for several weeks. The articulating screen of the D5100 and the fact the menu options of the D7000 are hundreds, while the D5100 are dozens, was enough to tip me to the D5100. Once you have used an articulating screen, it's hard to not imagine having one. Also, I needed to have hundreds of settings to screw up like I needed a hole in the head. My next camera, sure, probably will go higher. But for the time being this D5100 has everything I need and then some !!!