Because my camera is an older model I couldn’t find any reviews on DC Views but I did find one on http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/canon/eos_300d-review/index.shtml. The site gives a very detailed description of all the positives and negatives of the camera. The writer took a very professional point of view that didn’t have a whole lot of opinion in it. The site told exactly what the camera does and doesn’t do.
The site http://www.steves-digicams.com/2003_reviews/300d.html didn’t go into a whole lot of detail about the camera functions but did have information about digital SLRs in general relative to each other. The main point of the site is that the camera was impressive for the time because no one expected to have such a cheap digital SLR on sale before 2004.
The third review I read was found at http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/EDR/EDRA.HTM . This site went a little more into the included stock lens, but also had a lot of details about what the camera itself does. It also agreed with the second review in that it was surprising that a digital SLR was out so soon for such a low price. It also talked a bit about how this product by Canon is going to challenge the digital camera industry.
I knew these things about my camera when I bought it because I had done the research and I conclude that I made a good investment by buying the model I did.