Well it's almost that time! I'm currently gathering the money to fund the purchase of a do-it-all lens. I think a lens of this type will suit my needs well and allow me to hone my technical skills while also developing and finding my style. I've gone from somewhat hesitant to absolutely sure I was going to buy the Nikon 18-200 VR, however based on many reviews, I'm terribly afraid it won't produce great quality images. Yet I've read other reviews that claim it can easily produce print quality images and the versatility is well worth the pricetag. So now I'm considering the Sigma 50-150mm f/2.8 EX DG HSM II. Many of the reviews for it are positive, sample images from around flickr and whatnot look awesome, and the constant f/2.8 is a big advantage over the Nikon. Do any of you have experience with this lens? The thing is, I can't tell if I'd regret not having that wide end to work with. Still being very new at photography, I can't really tell what I like to shoot. All I do know that I want something that can produce very good to great images (given my D60's 10MP sensor), give me a wide FL range, and cost right around $600 used. What say the Cafe?