Well, I'd been meaning to do this for the better part of a year, and had earmarked my (substantial) tax return check for lens upgrades, but I moved to Arizona in January (from Colorado) and decided that the money was best used to keep me afloat while I had both a mortgage and an apartment to run. So the house was sold last month, and I have no intention of buying one here as prices (and mortgages) are ridiculous compared to renting. I made a fatal mistake on Saturday. I went into my local photo shop armed with my D70 and tried out a 70-200mm VR. It was love at first sight. I was struck by the vast difference in construction between the professional Nikkor glass and the consumer stuff. The VR is absolutely amazing and will help me immensely. So this afternoon, and after some lengthy consideration of my photography habits and cash burning a hole in my pocket, I went ahead and ordered the following which will complement my Tokina 12-24mm (maybe Bjorn should review this one, as it's said to be as good as the Nikkor, optically). 10.5mm Fisheye 28-70mm "Beast" 70-200mm VR 1.7x Teleconvertor OK, I admit that the fisheye is purely for fun and nothing else. Amazingly SWMBO had no problems with this expenditure, maybe she's waiting for me to ditch my D70 in favor of the mythical D200. Now all I need is a decent Macro, but Nikon hasn't got around to upgrading any of them with VR/AF-S yet. So am I the only one who has fallen victim to LLD lately? Is there a 12-step program available?