This is my first post on the Photo Forum and I'm hoping that it's successful. I'm going to thank everybody in advance for answering my stupid questions and helping me ease my way into the world of SLRs. OK, so. I was at an estate sale today when I came across this old camera bag. Inside was an older SLR camera, as well as 3 lenses. The woman selling the items and I both said we didn't know much about cameras like these, so she said $50 and I was more than willing to pay, hoping that I had found a bargain. It turns out the body is a Nikon FE. From what I can tell, the lenses are as follows: 1) "Nikon Lens Series E" (50mm, 1:1.8), 2) Sigma Mini-Wide" (f=28mm, 1:2.8), and 3) "Sigma High-Speed Zoom" (f= 80~200mm, 1:3.5~4). If the lens descriptions aren't quite right I apologize. I basically just read any text I could find on the lenses themselves. So what I'm wondering is whether this whole set up is "good". I know that's quite subjective based on what a person wants to photograph, etc., but I'm curious to see what kind of opinions or experience anybody might have with some of this equipment. Also, I've been thinking about purchasing a digital SLR. The Nikon D90 is near the top of my list, and I was wondering whether any of these lenses would be compatible. If so, it could potentially save me the cost of getting a kit lense and allow me to just buy the body. I'm not sure if this is possible though, due to compatibility issues. Any comments or information are really greatly appreciated. I'm reading up all I can, but it's a bit daunting to sift through all of the new information and terminology right off the start. Thanks again!