Ever since I bought the 28-70/2.8, my lens lust has been in remission, so I used the break to scratch another itch. Printing has been a problem. My old Epson 1200 was a fine performer in its time, but it falls well short of modern standards. For example, it doesn't offer different profiles for photo paper, premium photo paper, and semi-gloss. I have to guess at contrast adjustments that would compensate for the differences, and rarely get it right. I never realized how much detail I was losing in my prints until I downloaded the Dry Creek profile and started using Costco for serious work. I bought a fresh ink supply for the Epson 1200 today, but as I was leaving Comp USA, I noticed they had the Epson Stylus Photo R200 on sale for $99... only $54 more than I paid for the color ink cartridge!!! I made the swap, and came home with a new printer. It's fantastic! Crisp, colorful, detailed images... just as good as the prints from Costco's Noritsu 2901 printer! My next buy is going to be an LCD monitor to replace my 4 year old 19" ViewSonic CRT. I checked out the Samsung 930b 19" monitor, and it's going to look wonderful on my desk. Prices have really dropped in that area, too. I can pick one up from JR Photo for only $300! There's so much to lust for other than lenses... but I'm sure I'll get the Lens Lust bug again down the road 8) .