So I have decided to move into the digital world. I have been shooting on film for years as serious hobby, while making a little money on the side. I have decided that with this move into digital I am going to start putting my name out there for more paying projects. That said I am moving from Canon to Nikon. Nothing against Canon, I just tried a friends Nikon D200 and decided that I wanted that camera. So I am have the body decided on, now I need some lens choices. I would love to get 2 or 3 lenses by years end but for now need to settle on 1 while I get some money together. I will say that the primary work I am looking to do is editorial and portrait work, with a splash of the documentary style photography thrown in. And when I say portrait I don't me the old school family portrait by Olan Mills, I more so mean musician promo pieces for local music magazines, or cover art for albums and such. With that, what lenses should I get? I am looking for something that will support me well for 6 months (or less) while I get a portfolio together. I may be shooting the occasional wedding (to help pay for the lenses) but that is the least of my concerns. I mainly want a lens that I can shoot the occasional documentary style protrait or editorial, but can turn around and do (limited) wedding or landscape work with. I know that is a lot to lay out and that Weddings and Landscapes are a different beast thant portrait and editorial. The weddings are not a serious side of my business and lanscapes would be more for my living room wall than anything else. Any help you can provide would be appreciated. I have to move quick on this because I have a wedding in August that I have to shoot. Thanks.