Well, I made it out to the Joint Base Andrews Airshow today... oops... yesterday, after all. Got there late - traffic was backed up and lines for the buses in were packed. But got some good shots of an F-22 demonstration and the Thunderbirds. And the A6000 performed like a trooper, almost as if the Continuous AF and Hi Speed drive mode were made for air shows. It was a blessing and a curse, but only a curse in that at 11 fps it chews through an SD card pretty quick - I shot over 1700 frames! And I did learn a few things the hard way after getting home and reviewing the shots. First, for jet fighters, better to shoot at 1/1000 than 1/500 or even 1/800. Second, I should have set the minimum ISO to 200 instead of 100 in order to force the camera to stop the lens down a little more and open up the depth of field a bit to get more in focus. And finally, maybe I should have shot more RAW+JPEG rather than just JPEG. Anyhow, here are some of what I consider the better shots of the day: DSC00415 by SRHawk64, on Flickr Heritage Flight: WWII-era P-51 Mustang and present-day F-22 Raptor. DSC00460 by SRHawk64, on Flickr Heritage Flight flyby DSC00194 by SRHawk64, on Flickr A Raptor bares its "teeth." DSC00557 by SRHawk64, on Flickr Kicking in the afterburner! BTW, those are all straight-out-of-the-camera JPEGs. No PP at all.