My dad has decided that he wants to get a dSLR for an upcoming trip to Alaska. He wants to spend about $1000 for the whole set up, which we figure will get a decent body with a kit zoom and maybe a second zoom. He's really into zooms, but I'm trying to talk him into at least one prime. First question: for $1000, what would you recommend as the best camera and lens set up available currently? We have no preference between Canon or Nikkon at the moment (unless current Nikon cameras can accept the non-AI glass that fits my Nikkormat, in which case Nikon would be better, but Canon good too). A zoom lens covering a decent range of focal lengths plus maybe one other lens would be best... I'll be doing some research myself, and I gave dad my digital photography textbook... but I know $1000 is not going to cover my idea of the ideal set-up (and hence I'm not looking for myself, because I don't want to buy until I can afford what I want), so I thought I'd ask here what you all would recommend. Thanks!