So, as you might know, my 18-55 lens is in the shop, and I am buying my 50mm 1.8 lens VERY soon for an event in May along with a decent flash! Anyway, I may have an opportunity to sink a few more hundred dollars into the camera, and I was thinking I wanted a lens to go above 55mm... the way I see it is this: 18-55mm lens is good for everyday shooting, outdoors with the kids, at Busch Gardens, etc etc. The 50mm 1.8 is great for my portrait work and indoor stuff and events. So I want something with some serious ZOOM. They are TONS of options on Adorama for cheap (150 or less) zoom lenses, but I have to think they quality of the image is pretty cheap. Then I came across this: http://www.adorama.com/NK55200VRU.html Nikon 55mm - 200mm f/4-5.6G ED-IF AF-S DX VR lens! And it's only $250 bucks??!?! My mind is thinking: Ok, high fstops, this is SURELY not a low light situation lens But the VR can counteract for some handshake, for sure. It's a DX lens so it will work perfect, and it's made by Nikon so I should expect a DECENT enough picture. Any of this wrong? Anyone USE this lens? Any thoughts or suggestions how I might cover the above 55mm range in a similar pricing point?