Greetings! I'd like to get 3 solid lens recommendations that I can invest in for my D7000. The only one I know for sure I want is the 50mm (since the 50mm is the one I used most often when I had a Canon). I also love the 85mm (my 2nd most used focal length when I had a Canon), and the idea of the 70-200mm, but I'm willing to accept suggestions for other lenses that may suit my immediate needs better. I'm hoping to spend between $3000 and $3500 for now (so I'm thinking I'll limit myself to 2-3 lenses right off), and I shoot mainly portraits, stationary objects and nature/landscapes - but I'd like to experiment with wedding and event photography as well (I frequent concerts, festivals and the like a lot too). I like to shoot a lot of things, but haven't really settled on a niche yet so I'm open to considering a wide range of recommendations. If you'd like to make accessories recommendations beyond what is in the list below, that would be fine too. Here is a list of the stuff I'd like to pick up in the immediate future, piece by piece as I can. If you feel I'd benefit from any thing in this list more immediately than others (between $3000-$3500 total), please let me know which and why if you like! Or, if something is not on this list that you think would be a better idea, again, feel free to let me know what and why. Links are good too! Just a side note: FX lenses are preferred but not necessarily mandatory. Nikon 50mm f/1.4G SIC SWM Prime Nikon 35mm f/1.4G AF-S FX SWM Nikon 85mm f/1.4G AF-S Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II AF-S Accessories list (just things I'm looking at right now - nothing solidly decided on, recommendations welcome): Nikon MB-D11 Multi-Power Battery Pack Nikon SB-910 Speedlight Flash Pelican 1510-004-110 Case (for storage) Tenba 638-227 Small Messenger (for carrying around) Alrighty. Suggestions, advice, anything along the lines of "You should buy this first, and here's why" - would be very welcome. Again, FX is preferred but not mandatory, so if you think I'd be better off investing in a DX instead, feel free to let me know (with a link to your recommendation if possible). Thanks!