Greetings from good ole Kansas! I am planning on buying the Canon 10D and am unsure of which lense is the best for the money. I shoot mainly portraits of children on location but am converting the garage into a studio. Size of studio will be 22'X22'. I would like to purchase a good all around lense that can be used for many situations. I currently have a ProSpec (anyone heard of this?) AF 75-300 f/5.6, Tamron AF 28-200 f5.6, and the standard Canon 35-80. I would prefer to purchase a Canon lense. Since I shoot mainly portraits I am leaning towards a zoom of some kind. Maybe the new Canon 28-200/3.5-5.6USM (retails from $300-350). Do I even need a new lense? Another option would be to buy the camera, check out the lenses I have and then decide. This would be the frugal choice, but not as fun! Any thoughts would be appreciated!