Hi everyone. I used to visit this forum a couple years ago when I bought my Panasonic DMC-FZ18 "slr-like" camera. I was hoping it would be a good way to get my feet wet in photography, but it turned out to be extremely cumbersome to work with in manual mode and I ended up just giving up and using it as a larger-than-average point-and-shoot camera. That said.. I'm renewing my interest in photography. I've been looking around, and I'm leaning towards a Nikon D90 based on reviews I've read. First of all, is that something you guys would recommend as a good starter camera? Also, if you were just starting out in photography knowing what you know now, what would be the absolute must-have lenses/filters/accessories/etc that you'd run out and buy right away? I'm interested in just general photography for now, no special niche. I actually have a camping trip coming up soon in a remote area in the mountains of Alaska, so I'll have LOTS of photo ops.. and my boss happens to be a somewhat well-known light painter, and I can get some guidance from him. Anyway, ANY input you can offer would be very appreciated. Thanks!