This is where Nigerian filmmakers make huge mistakes when dealing with the gears they use to shoot their movies. VB, change your way of thinking and move up a notch. It is never about what the audience cares about that determines the quality of media pros shoot on but about the studio quality of the media itself, which is of utmost important to any professional. Studio quality allows you to have the best possible media to work with in the studios without image degradation. Audience have zilch to do with it at this stage. When the post is done, then the media can be down-converted to the quality the audience can watch and appreciate. James Cameron did not shoot Avatar on 35 Mbits/sec quality footages just because he thinks audience won't care. He shot at the highest quality level available to him to work all them fantastic visual effects into the media in the post studios and for your info, only the highest possible media quality will do for movies like Avatar with all those incredible VFXs in it. It is this kind of thinking that makes Hollywood filmmakers stay ahead of any of their contemporaries in the world of moviemaking. The studio quality of your footages is crucial when shooting features or even docus. My point is very simple, we prosumers now have the possibility of working with very high studio quality media without having to break the bank which, for me, is revolutionary because such opportunity has never existed before now, thanks to SSDs. Prosumers, in the past, have always been limited to 25-35 Mbit/sec media which is okay but really still very limiting studio wise. But because of SSDs, that bottleneck has been removed and we can go higher, much higher. Remember we are talking studio quality now not exhibition quality where what the audience will be seeing comes into consideration.There is a huge difference between studio quality and exhibition quality, bro. You need to remember that if you want to be a true pro. As for SSDs coming into DSLRs or not, i think we should leave that to the manufacturers themselves. I am sure the market savvy ones like Canon, Panasonic and Sony will latch on to it soon enough. And if not, SSDs will find their way into proper moving image capture cameras like.... camcorders. Personally, i am very happy with this development and can't wait for the nextgen cams to roll out.