Hi everyone, first time poster, long time reader. Hope what I lay out below makes sense to the group. After a turn of financial good luck, I have the chance to make some lens changes on my crop Nikon DX system (D90), selling off some lenses and gettting some new ones towards a full frame (FF) system... but while staying in crop for the time being. Basically, I want to start rotating in FF lenses, with a healthy tilt towards fast 2.8 lenses where possible. My type of work?: Stock, travel, people, events, macro. My site is www.Foto-Andy.com risk seeing how I shoot wide in subject and style with creative flair blah blah blah . First, out with the old glass: -Nikon 18-200 f3.5/5.6 VR (too soft, too slow on the f) -Tokina 12-24 f4 (moving to 11-16 f2.8) -Nikon 28-105mm 3.5/5.6 with the shockingly-passable Macro. The D90 could also go, depends on rumored D95 to come. At the end of the day, it (the D90 and crop in general) suits my needs right now, and I have both 35mm and 6*6 film if I need superfly quality for client commisions (rarely right now). Also rather wait on D95 if it means getting FF that much sooner due to saved $$$. Now, the potential new lenses. Note this is keeping to a budget, okay to go 3rd party, and with travel and event work requiring a reasonably small bag (Lowepro Fastpack 350 or Tenba Messenger bag): - Nikon 35mm f/2D (default prime low light, better for FF as 35 f1.8 is DX only) - Tokina 11-16 f2.8 (a DX only I know, but cheaper than the Nikon and not the Sigma wides I loathe) - Tamron 17-50 f2,8 (walkaround lens for event work, weddings etc) - Tokina 100 macro f2.8 (for travel and studio marco work) - Sigma 70-200mm f2.8 or Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 (I use telephoto much less than wide, so I'll likely go nikon by waiting for a deal) - A good 2x teleconverter, again I've rarely been pressed beyond 200mm, even on film. Any thoughts, alternatives, funny oneliners are greatly appreciated!