Hello. I recently purchased a new Nikon D600 and I'm trying to make a decision on a lens. It's between the new new Nikkor AF-S 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR which is billed as the 'kit lens' or the Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED. Obviously, the latter is a quality lens and a standard piece of glass for most working photographers, however, it comes with a hefty price tag new. I've been reading some good things about the kit lens which would save me alot of money, but still provide me with a good versatile lens. I currently have a 50mm f/1.8G. I shoot mostly documentary, street, and portraiture. I've dabbled in fashion and may do more home studio work eventually. If I went for the 24-85, I could have some extra money to get another prime. Maybe an 85 1.8G. I realize the 24-85 is a slower lens, but the D600 has good ISO and the lens also has VR which buys me some stops, right? I'm still relatively new to shooting (as of the last year), so any advice would be appreciated.