We are leaving in three weeks for a 19 day trip with stops in California, a 7 day tour of Australia and a 12 day cruise from Sydney to New Zealand. The land portion has stops in Sydney, Alice Springs, Uluru and Cairns. The cruise has port calls in Melbourne, Hobart, Christchurch, Dunedin, Tuaranga and Auckland. We are also doing a layover in Los Angeles before departing to Sydney. And, as usual, I'm collapsing in my usual welter of indecisiveness as to whether or not to take my D70s and, if so which lenses. In the past, when I have taken the D70s, I have taken at least the 18-70 and 55-200VR, sometimes a 12-24. I also have the new 35mm 1.8 and and a 50 and the 28-105 from my film days. I have a G10 for walking around and my wife has a Canon 800SD, so I'm not sure that bringing the DSLR kit will be useful, especially as it is a lot of weight to lug through multiple airports and fit into a Think Tank Urban Urban Disguise 50. The other members of our traveling party are not photographers. On the other hand, it is the trip of a lifetime for us, and I don't want to be kicking myself later for not bringing the equipment that will get the maximum results. If anyone out there has done a trip like this, or something similar, I would like very much to get your thoughts on whether I should just bite the bullet and bring the DSLR and which lenses would be the most useful if I do.