Dude... That's not what he's asking at all.
Anyway, I have a Wacom Intuos4. I've JUST got it and have been using it non-stop since I got it (monday), it's almost replaced my mouse. I love using a pen instead of the mouse, it's really natural once you get used to it a little. Not to mention for editing it's great.
I don't know much about the Bamboo line, but I think it's just a lesser (and much uglier) tablet. The Intuos4 has twice as many detection dots and twice as many pressure levels (aka, it's twice as accurate). I would just look for an older tablet, like the Intuos 3 or 4. Both have 5040 pressure levels (versus half that on the Bamboo's). I went for the Intuos4 because I think it's much prettier and because it has the hotkeys and scroll wheel which I think are really helpful. Also ALL keys are fully customizable per application. For example, the keys on the side of my Intuos4 are customized for Photoshop, Lightroom, Email etc. That way they do something else for every app, which I think is great. I don't think the Intuos3 has that option.
If you have any more questions I'd be glad to help.