Well, an 'as new' Alpha 6000 finally came my way at the right price. First impressions: The menus aren't as impenetrable as I was led to believe. Although the 'joystick' wheel could be easier to turn without triggering one of its switches. What's all that noise? I wasn't expecting the shutter to be louder than a DSLR in Live View. The 16-50 kit lens is as bad as they say it is. I was expecting better, but stopped down to f/8 it's passable. Where's the manual? The downloadable PDF is woefully inadequate, and the online help guide also pretty short on information. I was very pleasantly surprised to find that off-camera flash was simply a matter of plugging a speedlight or radio trigger into the hotshoe. A nice change from some maker's shenanigans in making off-camera flash as difficult, or expensive, to achieve as possible. Downside? The X-synch speed appears to be limited to 1/200th or slower. I was expecting higher. Other than the above, I'm quite pleased with the image quality from such a comparatively small camera. But the lens definitely needs replacing with something better. Any recommendations? What about lens converters? I have Nikon F mount lenses galore. Is there a decent adapter that maintains some features? Also; what is the highest ISO speed you find acceptable for shooting RAW? The 25K ISO OOC JPEGs are obviously processed out of all recognition. Any other tips or thoughts gratefully received.