I really like shooting in low light situations -- candlelit still life and low light portraits. I really dislike using a flash and try to use it as least often as possible. However, I have great difficulty in pulling off a fantastic low light shot with my D40. I have tried adjusting the ISO, f/stop, and shutter speed, but have not yet found the perfect combination that produces sharp images with the least amount of yellow tinge. I know that the answer may lie in a new camera with a higher ISO, but for right now, what about a new lens? I came across this lens and read some reviews, and it sounds pretty good to me: Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX. Would this lens be the answer to what I'm looking for? A larger aperture would indeed aid in low light/portrait situations, and I was hoping in might increase the ability of my D40. Has anyone used this lens and can they recommend it? Basically, I'm not sure as to what this lens would be best used for.