I just completed a 3-week trip in France and used my new SGS (T-Mobile Vibrant) for data roaming, GPS and camera. As I was taking shots, the images looked spectacular on the SGS screen. When I got home and loaded on my PC, many of them were very poor quality. A very few of the shots OTOH were stunning. I was careful to set the resolution to 5M (2560x1920), image quakity (Superfine), white balance (daylight) or scene mode (landscape). I also use a fixed object (such as a signpost) to brace for stability. I had "anti-Shake" enabled, which I wonder about. Some of the problem was undoubtedly due to movement of the phone, especially when zoom was used. This form factor is much harder to steady than an SLR or even a small camera. But overall, as I experienced it, I can't see it as an acceptable replacement for my Canon Powershot SD1000. Just wondered about other people's experience with this camera and any tips for improving the results. Also, it was very frustrating that the settings were reset when the app was ended. Is there any way to have them remain as changed (like the Powershot does)? Thanks!