Hello all, I am new to this forum so forgive me if I post this wrong, or in the wrong section. A wedding photographer, that I used to work with years ago, has recently approached me about working with him again. So, I am trying to work on my chops and get my equip in order. I don't have a lot of $$$, as this would just be a weekend hobby, but I found a D200 at Bust Buy for $599 that was too good to pass up. I have heard the bad points and have been overwhelmed by the D300, D90 v D200 discussions online, but I am just starting up again, I didn't have enough to go to the D300 and really like the feel of the D200 much more than the D90 so I figured it was my best bet. My goal is to eventually go with the 300's replacement when I can afford it. I was shooting a D70 before, the main guy was shooting a D2 and medium format, so I am hoping that a D200 would be sufficient for the time being. Is the D200 going to be enough for me to get good sellable results, provided that my skills are up to par? I mostly do the B&W candids and some landscape, while the main guy does all of the formal and posed stuff. For a flash I have an SB600, lenses: 50mm 1.4, and the 18-200 VR. I am looking at adding something in the range of 80-200 2.8, Tokina, Sigma or Nikon and possibly a Tamron 10-24mm? I am not happy with the 200s low light performance at all, even at low ISO's with tripod, but I assume it's my lack of skill and hope that it will be better as I become more knowledgeable and proficient with this camera. Any info or feedback would be greatly appreciated.