Upload & Sell: Off
That's right. The first generations of Canon cameras came with Zoombrowser. DPP was not launched before 2004, it was definitely not available in 2000-2001 yet. It came with the 1DmkII that I bought, I downloaded a newer release immediately afterwards, but I had already tasted Capture One which was superior in almost every respect. The 20D indeed came with DPP, just like the 5D later did.
I got both Zoombrowser and DPP with my 350D, and i confess i felt the output from Zoombrowser was more accurate with respect to colours. I preferred it for that reason, and its simplicity. I didn't use it for all that long though as i got a license for Capture One (v3.7 i think) with a Sandisk CF card. Somehow that also qualified for a free upgrade to v4 when it came out, and when v5 turned up i duly paid for the upgrade to Pro. However, at around the same time the workflow of LR caught me, along with necessary functionality like the healing tool that was missing from C1 at the time. Now I'm too invested in LR to move back