Hey all, So I'm heading up on an Alaskan cruise here in about 2 months or so, and I need to do some planning. Right now I have a D70s w/ 18-70mm lens. I would like to pick up a second lens for the trip, and up to this point, I have thought to get the 70-300VR. Any reason this wouldn't be a good choice to catch any wildlife shots? I assume the 18mm is wide enough to capture most of the landscape shots. I'm trying to pick the lens that would be used the most for this and in the future, so if people have strong opinions one way or another, shout them out. Budget for the lens is ~$500. Other then that, I had planned to leave any sort of tripod at home, as I really don't want to lug it around. This is a honeymoon trip, and not JUST for photo taking, so I want to be mobile and somewhat light. Just ordered the Lowepro Mini Trekker AW, so that should store most of my stuff easily. I plan to get some more CF cards, and maybe bring a laptop along. Any other thoughts for a cruising trip up to Alaska? I looked through most of the older threads, but any new advice would e appreciated as well.