I've got a kit of 4 fine Nikkor lenses, and each has a special purpose: The Beast (28-70/2.8D) for... everything in its range The 80-200/2.8D (two ring) for sports, wildlife, and candids The 60/2.8 micro for closeups, macros, and tabletop work The Button (20/2.8D), intended for wide scapes and group portraits, but it doesn't get used much. When I want to travel light, I tuck The Beast and the 80-200/2.8 my little Tamron Expedition 4 backpack, and I'm good to go. But that's overkill for local travel. Heck, just taking The Beast is daunting for a trip to the store. But what to do for a walkaround lens? I've owned the 24-120VR, and looked at options like the Tamron 18-200, the nikon 24-85, etc. But these lenses are slow, and you have to accept optical compromises that I'm unprepared to make, spoiled as I am by my good glass. So I've decided to audition the Button as my local lens, and it passed with flying colors today . As I left the house, I stopped to take a snapshot of the latest rosebud popping up. Then I headed off the to golf course to hit a practice bucket in preparation for Wednesday's tournament. Unfortunately, I was involved in a car accident on the way over. The lady just ahead of me turned the corner, and then, for some odd reason, stopped rather than merging. I had turned my head to check for cross traffic as I made the turn, and couldn't stop in time to avoid hitting her rear bumper at about 2 miles an hour. I was glad to have the camera on the front seat so I could document the damage for my insurance company. View attachment 12236 After we exchanged insurance cards and my heart rate came back to normal, I continued to the golf course, and banged out a small bucket. The range was pretty crowded today. View attachment 12237 It brought back fond memories to see this dad taking his young son out on the par 3 course. View attachment 12238 And as I was walking over to the clubhouse, I took a shot of this foreboding electrical tower. View attachment 12239 My final shot of the day (so far) was my big head driver. I have no fear of the course when it's working for me. View attachment 12240 The 20/2.8 may work out for local travel. The zoom range is pretty limited, but it's very light, and delivers "no compromise" images. And the best part is I get to cheat Lens Lust Disease, cause I already own it 8).