Cheers Wu, those cards are cheap. What size would you recommend? Take it it makes more sense to have 2 x 2gb cards than 1 x 4gb?
There were issues with the first wave of bigger cards like 4gb and 8gb. But I think that's all in the past now.
I use 2gb's. Swings and roundabouts. More 2's is safer (as in you only loose some images if you loose one) or more hassle (you have to change more often) - whichever way you look at it.
I wouldn't underestimate the write speed either. Depending on how fast your camera writes data and how long it will buffer as it writes/ shoots, slower cards can hold you up at crucial moments. And play back is faster too so checking befor eyou shoot again is quicker.
That said, the latest 266x cards are so fast, for anything but the fastest of slr's and shooting opportunities, I think they are perhaps overkill.
Sandisk Extreme III's are good. Never had any problems and are bloody quick. And Kingston are good too and tend to be cheaper. I use these (Extreme III's). But got some kingston in compact cameras too.
Think the Sandisk Extreme III's are cheaper respetcively at the mo though as the Extreme IV has come out.