I need a new scanner, seeing as how I took a sledge hammer to my old one, but I'm good with software, not hardware. What kind of DPI should I look for? What brands should I want, which ones should I stay away from? I get a discount at Dell through my job, and the only household scanner I found (the rest were $2K+, and big, industrial things) was: Epson Perfection V200 Photo-Col FBScan 4800x9600dpi 48-bit color 64k gray levels (16-bit) $89.99 Is this good? Can I do better? I really can't afford to spend more than $200, but depending on how amazing the scanner is, I might make an exception (though, it'd take me much, much longer to get it - I can do $100 and under right now...well, not right now, but this payday). Should I grab this, or should I go to...Best Buy? *shudder* I want what I scan to not look like it was scanned. I want a comic book page to look better than the physical copy. I want my drawings (what I need it for more than anything) to be crisp and go right into being colored in Photoshop, with little to no pre-editing. Can anyone help? Please?