Thanks, Kjell, Years ago I read an article by a professional photographer and she said that the image, what it says or how it makes you feel is more important than its technical merits. I think she is right, but only if the lack of technical quality doesn't take away from or get in the way of the shot. I think for most of us on this forum what we are looking for is that shot that when we put it up on the computer screen we say, "wow, that is really cool or nice" or whatever. I think for most professionals they know what to do so that the chances of that happening are higher than for the average photographer. But then again maybe its more fun for us because when that really good shot comes it really makes us feel good!