It's not a new idea, but it bears repeating: setup and skill are usually a lot more important than how expensive your camera is. A photo shoot using only an iPhone 3GS camera puts the lie to camera stat obsessions.
Lee Morris of the Fstoppers blog took the image up top, and many similarly striking shots, using only an iPhone 3GS. Well, only in the sense that he was using studio lights, a backdrop, a professional model and his experience as a photographer. Still, as you can see from the raw and slightly edited Flickr set, blaming your camera for not capturing what you want can only get you so far. It hits on the same point as the "Best Camera" community: your time is best spent learning how light, angle and other factors affect your photos, rather than wondering if other shooters are trucking with more megapixels than you.
For a full 10 minutes of iPhone 3GS shooting, check out Morris' video of his shoot:
What's the best set of photos you've taken with a seemingly crappy cam? How have you compensated for older equipment to grab great shots? Spread the links and wisdom around in the comments.