I know there are a lot of these threads, but bear with me. I am starting to get into wedding photography a good bit. I have been assisting a professional wedding photographer for a little while now and he may employ me to start shooting my own so he can take on more gigs. I currently have a T1i with the 17-40mm f/4 and the 85mm f/1.8. I am ordering a 5D mark ii this week and have about $2,000 to drop on glass. Here's where I am looking for opinions. I know that I am looking for lenses in the telephoto range, but haven't pinned down exactly what I want just yet. I have a plan A and a plan B. Plan A: Pick up the 70-200mm f/2.8L IS for $1,899 with a filter. Plan B: Pick up the 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS and the 200mm f/2.8L ii (no IS) for a combined total of about $1,800. My initial thought is that "Plan A" would give me versatility in focal range, and IS, which will be good for "no flash" ceremonies. "Plan B", on the other hand, would give me the ability to take tight, macro, detail shots with the 100mm and telephoto shots at the ceremony with the 200mm. I am not sure whether the lack of IS with the 200mm will end up being a huge issue though, considering at 200mm in a dark church, my shutter speeds might cause blur at that length, (I am hoping the 5D's high ISO qualities will allow me to shoot at 1600 or 3200 and still look OK). I am also assuming that the primes would have better optical quality. So as you can tell, I am at a bit of a crossroad here. What do you folks think? Feel free to provide your own "Plan C" if you wish! Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this.