My shooting habits are generally that I shoot 90% of the time in aperture priority and 10% in manual - which is generally when I am shooting with off camera lighting. In aperture priority, I tend to use the exposure comp dial as a makeshift way of shooting "manual" with auto ISO. I would like to hear from others who shoot manual, but with ISO set to auto. I plan on starting to shoot this way to experiment on my own, so have that covered. It's just the more I think about it, and as good as all the digital cameras I have are in IQ between ISO 100 and 6400....it just seems to make more sense to give myself more creative freedom by having 2 exposure settings at my control instead of just 1 in aperture priority mode. What are your thoughts regarding shooting this way? Did you previously shoot full manual with manual selection of the ISO or did you used to shoot aperture priority? Again, just trying to get a feel for what others think about this or any stumbling blocks that might be run into while shooting this way. I plan on starting to shoot this way today for my personal/fun shooting and see where it leads. Much appreciation for those who choose to participate.