This is the second digital camera I have bought. The first was a truly crappy Casio something or other I bought in 1997. I got the Olympus in 2002 and have been using it pretty steady since then. Not too many features but I like the pictures it takes and it is tough as nails. I use it at the shipyard for field surveys and whereever I've been in the shipyard, it's been with me. For a more complete rundown on it's specs, go to http://www.steves-digicams.com/2001_reviews/d100.html
This was a really good buy considering the quality of the pictures. I got it for $129 at Radio Shack and more recently I got a 64Mbyte memory card off Ebay.
Update: I broke it's battery door when I dropped it while I was on a Rig Visit. My good friend Tommy fixed the connection so the replacement door I bought could work. The problem is that the spring coefficient of the battery connections in the camera is so high that it exerts too much upward pressure on the repaired door for it. I feel I can't trust the connection to withstand the force of the batteries against the door. The battery terminals exert much too much force...much more than is necessary to ensure a circuit. I'll keep the camera but it's use is in doubt, just because the door closing connection is in doubt.