This is my first post to Camera Labs.
I just got a K200D in May, and have enjoyed it thoroughly so far. I do come from a more film background (as Ben suggested might be the case), but I have also played around with a Canon Point'n'shoot for a number of years, too, so I am not new to digital work.
Gordon, I really liked your review of my new camera. It is great to have one's opinions (and decisions) backed up by knowledgeable people!
Just a point of clarification:
I wonder if anybody uses the in camera raw development options. Seems pretty cumbersome to me compared to working with a PC or Mac
While it is true that the in-camera RAW development is fairly rudimentary, it might be quite useful while on holiday, for example. You might not have a laptop with you do to the heavy lifting, but you want to give some friends copies of the photos you took. Photo kiosks do NOT handle RAW files. This is where the in-camera feature is useful.
A lot of what this camera does seems aimed at travellers: tough build, ability to develop in camera. That is part of the reason I like it so much.