So, as some of you might recall, my sister got married in September. About 2 weeks ago, the 'rents and I went down to my sister and brother-in-law's house to look at the proofs from the photographer. They were pretty decent pictures (especially given that I had just looked at pics from the Girl's girlfriend's wedding that was a week later--I thought those were really bad). Anyway, my new brother thought that the pictures were just OK, and for the money they paid, he thought they should be a lot better. So, now he has been talking to me about starting a wedding photography business. I don't think I'm all that interested, but as a good brother-in-law, I thought I'd do a little research for him. So, finally, here's my question. To all you pro wedding photogs: If you could have your ideal set up, what would it be? What types of cameras? Lenses? Lights? Filters? Tripods? The more specific the better. What brands and models? The second question is this: the previous question was a dream set up, but what's a good realistic set up? Again, I would appreciate being as specific as possible. Thanks.