After a 4-year hiatus from DSLR's, I just traded my last remaining MF camera for a Nikon D7000 with a few lenses. Sadly I no longer have the time to devote to film. The D7000 is pristine and came with, among other things, 3 Nikon lenses: 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6 DX VR (the kit lens) 55-200mm f/4-5.6 DX VR 50mm f/1.4G Having spent the last four years shooting a Rolleiflex 2.8F and a 501CM with an 80mm, I have come to appreciate having two legs as a zoom. My original intention was to sell off the 18-105 and 55-200 and invest in a wider prime and perhaps a SB-400. I may hang onto the 55-200, but am definitely going to sell the 18-105. I am looking for a fairly general purpose walkaround lens that will give me 35mm or 50mm in DX. My photography is limited to mostly portraits, family shots, and landscape/outdoor scenes (hiking/fly fishing). My limited reading suggests the 35mm f/1.8G gets a lot of hype, and of course the price is attractive. I do wonder if it is a tad close to the 50mm f/1.4G I intend to keep? The 35mm (50mm equivalent) seems a bit narrow for taking shots of folks outdoors. Would I be better served with a 24mm (~35mm equivalent) and if so any suggestions? Thank in advance.