okay, so i have been shooting film (f100/n90s with an sb24, 24-120 and 70-210 3.5-5.6)) semiprofessionally for about 7-8 years or so. I say semi because i always assisted and only booked 3 weddings for myself in that time (by choice). anyway, i have finally decided to take the digital plunge (using my film equip for back up) and start marketing myself for weddings. i already have 2 booked through friends for october and one in the works. i am currently employed at a photo store and therefore i can purchase my equipment directly through nikon (40% off MSRP). i have a start up budget of around $2300 (us). anyway, here is my question..... i plan to purchase the d200. sb600 and 60mm micro and possibly the 50mm 1.8. but i can not decide on the lens combo. with the above equipment i have about $650-750 left to spend on lenses. (keep in mind this is my 'starter' stuff, and will eventually become my back up equipment) i keep tossing back and forth. originally i was going to just get the 18-135 and the 70-300vr variable aperture, use them for now, and then use them as back up/walk around lenses in a year or so when i can afford the higher end stuff. then i wondered if i should just get the 18-70mm and hold off on the tele until i can save up more money. some people from work suggest i go with the 18-200 (which i do not think i can buy from nikon) and call it a day. i think it would make a great walk around lens, but i am not sure if i like the idea of using it for weddings. so any thoughts? i have been so used to shooting with my 24-120 (which i love and have rarely needed more) that i am having trouble making a decision. i don't want to sacrifice too much quality, which makes me reluctant to buy the lower end stuff, but i also keep reminding myself that one day i will be able to afford the better stuff and may be happy to have smaller/lighter stuff for everyday use and as back up. whew, that was long. thanks for reading and any responses.