I am curious about a few things and if you all would be able to help me out with this I'd appreciate it. I am doing a narrative feature length which has HEAVY slow motion segments and of course some regular motion - 24fps. I'm shooting mainly on a Glidecam, Tripod, Fig Rig and recording with a TASCAM audio recorder to enable better sound onto a SD Card. A lot of hand-held Glidecam shots, movement shots, etc. The thing that intrigued me about these two models were the 1080 slow motion visuals. I've had a Mark IV for two years and have been through the whole indie filmmaking venture: DVX100, HVX200, Letus35mm, Mark IV and now I want to take the next step for my first feature which is a narrative documentary type. I'm curious about a few things. 1) I have Final Cut Pro 7 - what settings do I need to put as my Easy Setup and Timeline setup when uploading the footage into my bin? I want to make sure it's as sharp as can be. 2) Aside from the camera body itself and a mount for lenses, what else will I need to invest in to make this unit work? I know a battery comes with it...but as far as an eye mount, is that really needed? I've heard the screen is pretty bad and not 100 percent correct from what the actual footage is. That is a slight drawback for me but in no way a deal breaker. 3) How would this footage look on a cinema screen at a movie theatre? Will be as sharp as is it on a computer screen? I know that sometimes on Vimeo, it doesn't show the file 100 percent in the quality it is, due to compression. 4) Would editing a feature length production and exporting it as a H264 be too big of a file for BluRay authoring? I'd like to edit it to where I can go from the computer onto DVD. 5) Any specific SD cards one should use with this camera?