Hi all, I'm sure similar questions have been asked, but allow me to be so rude as to post a question to get responses specific to my situation. I currently have a D60, the 2 kit lenses and a Nikon 50mm 1.4. Most of the time I shoot with the prime as I love the clarity, but I'm pretty happy with the zoom in daylight conditions. Surprisingly good for such a cheap lens. I shoot portraits (kids mostly) and have assisted at some weddings where I have found myself a bit limited with the prime (I don't use the zoom for weddings). I will be doing a couple of weddings soon for cousins that don't want a full pro package. I know this will ruffle some feathers out there but I'm confident I can exceed there (low) expectations. http://www.flickr.com/photos/afewtoomany/sets/72157622918328887/. I don't intend to become a pro wedding photog but would like to do more of them, so am going to purchase a second camera as a backup if nothing else. I was pretty set on the D90 with Tammy 17-50 as a great all-round kit, but have been thinking I may just be making a moderate improvement on my current kit without adding anything to it. A friend I shoot weddings with was telling me that with my current setup I would be better off putting the money into a D700. There are many factors to consider (money being a second priority), but if this was YOU and you had my setup, which way would you go? Will use your feedback to decide which side of the fence to fall on.