Hi everyone, the D600 isn't probably the Nikon messiah we were all waiting for but still, from the specs I believe it will be a significant upgrade from my beloved D300 that with 100k shots is close to the end. From my point of view I would have prefered to pay slightly more and have the 51 AF points (no I don't want the D800) that I will certainly miss from the D300.. Anyway, I kit my D300 with a 16-85, 70-300 VR, 50mm 1.4 and 85 1.8. I shoot mainly street, landscape and sometimes portraits, when I travel to Asia. Now, upgrading from DX to FX I need to replace my 16-85 with a midrange zoom. Probably the best buy for me would be the 24-70 2.8 but it is too pricy. Researching on the net I found that third party 24/28-70 aren't so reliable, the only one that intrigues me is the Tokina 28-70 2.8 second hand for 300 USD to pair with the Tokina 16-28 2.8 to buy new for 739 USD. My budget is around 1000. The Nikon 28-300 doesnt inspire me much, same as the 24-85 that kits with the D600. Which lenses would you choose if you were going to buy the D600? Any though and recommendation appreciated.