So I work in a resort, and I'm the concierge. My job is to hang out and schmooze people, make them happy, engage them, and help with whatever it is. So I saw a guy with a 17-50mm f2.8 sitting on a D60 body and was kind of intrigued, so I engaged him. "that 2.8 glass is awesome isn't it? Does it autofocus on that body?" I asked him, and was unprepared for hte answer that came next. "I don't know. I just got this N60 for christmas and got the best lens I could get." I looked at the camera puzzled and started mumbling the name of his D60 and he corrected himself. It was at this point I realized he was a n00b with a lot of money. No problem. I happen to have my gear here at work so I started to tell him I shoot Nikon as well and said I want to start investing in 2.8 glass soon, and complimented him on his gear. the reply? "Well, I've been wanting to get a 2.8, but they are just so damned expensive. I know the prices are coming down rapidly, but last time I checked it costs about $2,000." I interpreted this as him saying he wanted a 2.8 aperture. Maybe he wanted Apple's Aperture v2.8 if they make such a program? Does he need to get an aperture? Maybe his old one broke? "sir, you already have a 2.8 lens. What lens do you want in 2.8?" "2.8 is not a lens, it is an aperture. It is very expensive, and I want to get one when the prices come down." He said, and then left hastily. I thought someone might get a chuckle out of this schmuck's ignorance combined with his arrogance. Does he know you don't go out and buy "an aperture?"