I've been looking at buying a DSLR for a while, and I've settled on Nikon. Looking at Amazon prices, the D3200 is roughly $700, while the D5100 is somehow $50 cheaper and is still meant to be a higher-end model. The only advantage the D3200 has over the D5100 it seems is the fact that the D3200 has more megapixels - the D5100 seems to be better in every other aspect, apart from movie shooting, which is apparently a little buggy according to dpreview.com. The D3200 also has a guide mode to help beginner DSLR users, but I'm not sure whether this is all that useful. Is there anything else going for the D3200 which makes it a better choice over the D5100, apart from that it's newer?
Also, I'd like to buy in America while I'm here (only here for 3 more weeks), so waiting for prices to go down is not a feasible option.