i apologize in advance, as these threads drive me nuts, but im posting it anyway, im going on vacation to Hawaii in October, and i have no idea which lenses to take. i have no desire to lug them all around, nor do i have room in my carry on for them all. we are staying on the beach in a resort at lahaina (maui), although we are facing the interior, not the ocean. my goals are to see the volcano, and hopefully do some hiking in the area or maybe a guided tour. (the zip lines look fun!) here are my lenses and reasoning on staying or going. 300/4 with tcs. it comes, with an ocean and birds its a no brainer 105/2.8, my current flavour of the month, it comes, macros are fun (although im not sure how good the flowers will be this late in the season?) 80-200/2.8, debating leaving this one, unless there is wildlife or events that necessitate this, im sure i could make the 105 or 300 cover what i need. 18-50/2.8, it comes, general walk around lens, so its another no brainer. 30/1.4, it stays, dont think ill have the need for low light, and being a prime its limiting in its applications. im sure the 18-50 and a flash will do in the odd low light situation i may run into 10-20, it comes, with sunsets on the oceans, its a must have! id appreciate feedback, especially if i can expect much in the way of wildlife, but im expecting whatever i see will be small animals, making the 300 the weapon of choice, unless i run into some larger birds that are very tame, as was the case when i was in daytona beach a year ago. thanks!