My kit consits of the 20mm/2.8D, 60mm micro, 28-70/2.8 and 80-200/2.8. I'm more than pleased with it, except it's quite a load to cram into my backpack. Also, the 60mm doesn't get much play, because the 28-70 is excellent in its own right for closeup work. I'm thinking of trading the 60mm for a 105 micro. That would result in a lighter, more versatile kit, as I'd leave the 80-200 at home unless I was specifically going for a nature shoot, and the 105 would give me the reach for shots where the 28-70 was a little too short. I'm trying to figure out if the 105 micro would be a good general purpose lens. I haven't seen many samples of portraiture with it, and very few evaluations of its bokeh. The 105DC is rated very highly, and Bjorn lists it as one of his favorite lenses on the d1x. But its minimum focus distance is 3 feet, so it wouldn't replace the 60mm for macros. Any opinions?