Is not having a focus motor in the body enough of a reason to not buy a camera? I've been looking at DSLR's for a couple days. Budget isn't that great...somewhere around $600. So I checked out the Nikon D60. The main complaint I found was about it not having a focus motor in the body. I'm completely new to SLR's and I don't know if this is a huge drawback or not. I assume Nikon would make a decent amount of lenses with an integrated motor to compensate for this, but I'm not sure. Thanks for any help.