So I don't really have any examples to post, except this one: (my daughter pointing herself out as VIP of the week at school) BUT I got my 50mm 1.8 in yesterday! Observations: First thing I noticed is the weight of the lens. Everyone told me how cheap it feels, but compared to the kit lens, which now could be a gumball toy, it's very hefty and feels like a perfect fit on the camera. It was a little tight when motioning into place, and of course I thought it was in, tried to Autofocus, and it didn't work. After a few seconds I twisted is the extra 1/32nd of an inch, and it clicked, and all was well. It focuses FAST... as fast or faster then the 18-55 surely... and the manual focus ring is awesome. So I threw the D50 into APERATURE priority, notched the Fstop to 1.8 and went crazy. I took a lot of pictures, some blurry, but some seemed like "the money".... but when I got them home, they were just a tad too blurry. I was walking and shooting, nothing really planned, so Im not terrible upset about it. In manual mode I am positive I could set the shutter speed myself and have grrrrrrreat shots. (Which reminds me, there should be a Aperature mode that wont go BELOW a predetermined shutter speed, like 1/60th... would be a neat mode) The "bokeh" effect on this lens is AMAZING. You cannot see it on the above pic, because it was a crop of a larger pic, but WOW. The ONLY issue, and I hope someone can tell me how to fix it, was what seemed like some white "mist" creeping from the bottom of the frame in a few pics. I'll have to post an example, but it was only in bright sun so i am thinking a Lens Hood might solve this, not sure. So far, so good. Any tips/tricks I should try? I have a model shoot this weekend and I am hoping to use this lens~!