Greetings, After much reading and browsing, I've finally set my sights on a Canon EOS400D as my choice for going from compact to SLR. The only question that remains regards the lens. So far I have little real-world experience with lenses, and really have no clue as to which ones perform better or worse. My interest is currently landscape/architectural and "everyday life" photography. With my current 35mm my main complaint is low light performance. When the light starts to dim, I either have to activate the flash and burn out areas of the shot, or simply set the camera down and rely on long exposure times, which generates noise. I would like to minimize that annoyance with the SLR. Canon offers an EOS400D kit with an EFS 18-55 mm lens, which I'm thinking would be a good startup option, and when I get the "feel" for where the setup is lacking, I'd jump to a more suitable lens combination. Can anyone comment on the EFS 18-55 lens? Is it a half-decent option, or one of those bundles that tends to cause more trouble than it's worth?