I am still thinking of what would be the perfect travel kit. I would think that the 11-16 tokina, sig 30 f/1.4, 18-200, and the 60mm 2.8 macro for lens. and the d300 with the mb-d10. The 11-16, and 18-200 would be your main grab and go lens, and if really needed the 60mm. Then you have the sig 30 f/1.4 for at night (low light shots). So far I have not traveled much, went to the DR and Jamaica. And from those trips I only had a d300 for Jamaica. So with this small experience I found that with the 18-200... it pretty much does it all! But once and a while it would of been nice to have a wider lens just to catch that punch you in your face view shots. Plus it would of been nice to have a nice low light lens for night time. and now owning the 60mm af-s macro it is a good macro for those flowers/bug/portrait lens. And I was at an all-inclusive in Jamaica and found most of the macro shots would of been right at the resort! which means when heading out/off the resort all you really need is the 11-16, and the 18-200. The 30mm and 60mm would pretty much be for on the resort unless you are off doing something at night off resort, then you just grab the 30mm. Now since I have only traveled a few times and am fairly new to photograhy I thought I would ask everyone what they figured would be the perfect travel kit? And what they thought of the setup I am thinking about?