At work, I have access to a Canon Rebel T3i camera. One of the things I like best about it is the rotatable (vari-angle) LCD screen that can be used for live-viewing. It's handy when shooting from awkward angles.
It seems like this feature is mostly available either on point-and-shoots, or on rather expensive cameras. The Nikon D5100 is another example of a DSLR with vari-angle live-view screen. However, a lot of these are out of my current price range. I also know that some point-and-shoots have vari-angle screens you can use to live-view both still and video shots, but I'm not interested in those, either.
Are there any consumer-level DSLRs (say, <=500 USD) that have a vari-angle screen that works with still photos and video?