My D100 took what I believe to be her final picture yesterday. She served me well for three years. Now she sits in a cabinet, shielded from the elements by a Zip-Loc bag.
Today I bought a Nikon D80, rendering everything pictured here obsolete: the four CompactFlash cards don't fit in the D80; the three batteries do not work in the D80, the battery charger doesn't work with the D80's battery, and the AC adapter isn't needed to hold the shutter open for cleaning of the sensor. The cost of everything shown here was about a gazillion dollars. Obsolescence is painful.