goto LINK.... and enter info to get Canon Digital Camera .
Imagine, a collectible after only 5 yrs?
It's not really that surprising. The Digital Rebel was the first high quality DSLR under a grand. That made it the first DSLR that many folks owned and nostalgia has always been a big seller.
If you had one and want another, it's far smarter to get it now than to wait another 15 or 20 years. It's a market void and folks have stepped in to fill that void.
This is spam. There is nothing collectable about what that web link is about.
Speaking of spam; I am affraid to go to many links because of spyware, even though I have BetaBlocker and Norton Anti Virus. Am I over reacting?
I use the free program Ad-Aware SE Personal and Norton Antivirus and don't seem to have any problems.
I actually do computers for a living and have discovered that running both Spybot (first) and Ad-Aware (second) works pretty well. Both do the same job, but each does it in a different way, therefore each finds things the other will miss. Both are free for personal use.
Incidentally, those links go right to their pages on Cnet's Download.com site so they're relatively safe. Don't blame you for being cautious about it though.
I'd run both about once a week. The truly paranoid run them several times a day. If your machine spends most of its time with the power off, you don't have to run them as much. If it's on and connected to the net all the time, you should run them more often.
Incidentally, your Anti-Virus package probably isn't protecting you from spyware in any way. If your Norton license is expiring I'd recommend that you check out AVG Free Edition from Grisoft. Excellent engine and daily updates all for free for personal use. I've been using it myself for years.
One more thing. If despite all your precautions your computer contracts something truly evil, I'd recommend going to Trend Micro which has a wonderful searchable database of all of this stuff along with detailed instructions on how to manually remove pretty much anything.