For the price the outgoing A100 was only a month or so ago, you can now get the new A200.
From the Buyacamera website
"The new A200 digital single lens reflex (d-slr) camera from Sony. With 10 Megapixels, Super SteadyShot built into the camera body to combat picture blur, and an advanced anti-dust protection system for the CCD, youre surer to get crisp, clean, pin-sharp results every time.
10.8 Mega Pixel APS Sized CCD Sensor (10.2 Mega Pixel Effective)
Sony A Lens Mount (also compatible with Konica Minolta A Type Bayonet Mount)
Sony Super Steady Shot function which is compatible with all lenses.
Special Anti Dust Protection on CCD Sensor
Multi Mode Autofocus System plus Manual Focus
Shutter Speed Range from 1/4000th to 30 Seconds
Built in Intelligent Flashgun with External Flash Connection
2.7 Inch Full Colour LCD Screen
includes Sony 18-70mm f3.5-5.6 DT Lens
Our outfit includes A200 SLR Body, DT 18-70mm f3.5-5.6, Body Cap, NP-FM500H Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery, Battery Charger, Strap, CD Based Software Suite and English Instruction Manual."
Steves digicams (http://www.steves-digicams.com/2008_reviews/sony_alpha200.html) rates this camera very highly.
"Bottom line - back when we reviewed the Alpha 100, the amateur or entry-level dSLR market was pretty competitive. These days, that's an understatement. Instead of only releasing one camera in this class each year to year hand a half, camera makers like Sony are producing two or more. This, coupled with falling prices has made it quite difficult for the amateur or novice users to decide on which model to buy; especially if they are just making the jump into the dSLR world. The Sony Alpha 200/DSLR-A200 is a worthy competitor in the entry-level market, offering awesome image quality, robust performance, great ergonomics and loads of useful exposure options. One feature that stands out is the Super SteadyShot option. While many manufactures (Panasonic, Canon, etc.) are starting to offer stabilized lenses with these dSLR kits, the A200 features an effective anti-shake system that works not matter what type of glass you are using. This means many of the other models in this class with require you to purchase more expensive image stabilized lenses to achieve the same level of low light shooting performance. That said, with an MSRP of US$699 for the DT 18-70mm f3.5-5.6 zoom kit or US$899 for the dual lens (DT 18-70mm and a 75-300mm f4.5-5.6 lens) kit, I highly recommend the A200 to anyone who is in the market for an affordable and capable consumer level digital SLR."