I guess I'm old fashioned, but I feel like after I shell out $1,300 (before I even start to buy all the accessories) that the least they can do is give me a manual. Not the goofy little "quick-start" thing. I'm talking about a full and proper manual so I can sit down and read through it while I learn to get the most of this powerful new tool. And don't tell me to read the one on the CD-rom. Books are for reading....computers are for time-wasting.