Hello guys, new to the forum here, and I've been dabbling with DSLR's for a few years. Finally stepping up to the big leagues by purchasing a Nikon D90. I already have a Nikkor 55-200 lens for close ups, but I am looking for an everyday lens that I will use 90% of the time. I will be using it mostly for everyday type uses: vacations, birthdays, some sports. My wife and I are expecting a baby in the fall, so a lot of pictures will be coming! Anyway, I seem to keep coming back to a choice between the AF-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6, or the prime AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G. What should I do?? I have read great reviews about the low light capability of the 35mm, but I would also feel I have the entire range covered with the 18-55 as a complement to the 55-2000 I already have. Will the 35 leave me with any gaps in my range?? I know both of these lenses will more than take care of my needs, I am just looking for some of the forum's thoughts on the pros and cons of each. Thanks so much guys!