I finished reading [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Camelot-3000-Deluxe-Mike-Barr/dp/140121942X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1243902396&sr=1-1"]Camelot 3000[/ame] last night. Never read it before, but was always interested in it due to Brian Bolland's artwork. I was bummed he didn't get to ink his own pencils, but the Foreward by Mike Barr explains why that didn't happen. Don't know much about the King Arthur legend, but I didn't need to to enjoy it. It's a nice romp through the far-flung future on earth with the King, Merlin and his reincarnations of the Round Table knights.
I also got through the final issue of DC's Trinity last week. I almost want my money back or stock in DC Comics at least for sticking with all 52 issues.
I also read [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Star-Trek-Countdown-J-Abrams/dp/1600104207/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1243902768&sr=1-1"]Star Trek: Countdown[/ame] a few days after watching the new movie. It was a diverting prequel to the movie, tho' I've since read that the screenwriters of the new movie don't consider the story as canon.
I know I'm missing out on the whole Darkest Night thing by waiting for the collected versions, but between comic books and Blu-ray Discs fighting for my dollars, BDs are winning out!