i know this thread isn't gonna get much replies or views, but its worth a shot posting i guess. so i'm looking for a lens to possibly add on to or replace my D60's kit lens. I usually shoot either extremely close to the subject, or from a distance, rarely in the middle. I'm looking for something reasonably affordable, and narrowed it down to (but not limited to): -nikon 55-200mm f4-5.6 (DX one, sometimes comes packaged with D60+kit lens) -nikon 18-105mm f3.5-5.6 (one that comes with D90s) -nikon 16-85mm f3.5-5.6 (most expensive) the 55-200mm is the least expensive, and can be added on to my 18-55mm kit lens for a 18-200 reach... i'm just a little worried about build quality and image quality/performance the 18-105mm will replace my 18-55, but i'm also a little worried about performance and build... the 16-85mm will also replace my 18-55, i'm not too worried about performance or build, but just wondering if i'll regret not buying something with more zoom (such as the ones above) and if it was worth the steep price. I excluded the nikon 18-200mm 'cause i figured that was TOO expensive, and the 55-200mm can be added on to the 18-55 for the same range, and thats a much cheaper option, and i've heard it has less distortion. As i mentioned i like to shoot close up, but i excluded most macro lenses because they cost... a lot. at least the nikon ones. if anyone has any input, or recommendations (especially for third party lenses that work perfectly with the D60), please please please feel free to comment. thanks.