Later this year my wife and I are going to Italy, and I want to be smart about which lenses to take. I'm NOT experienced at traveling with photo gear, and I've never been to Europe. I don't want to pack any more weight than necessary. I would really appreciate some advice from experienced travelers regarding which lenses to take. I have a D200, and the following lenses: Nikon 28-70 (Beast) Nikon 18-200 VR Nikon 12-24 Nikon 80-400 VR Nikon 200 f4 (micro) Nikon 60 2.8 (micro) Sigma 170-500 Nikon 80-200 2.8 Tokina AT-X 28-70 Some of the older lenses were part of a package deal a few years ago when I bought some used equipment from a pro that was shutting down his studio. I have since acquired the newer lenses. I'm thinking I should take the 28-70 (for inside and low-lght shots) and the 18-200 (walk-around). Also maybe the 12-24 (although I've noticed the photomerge tool in CS3 works pretty well, so do I really need to take a wide-angle if I can stich panoramas?). Will I regret not taking the 80-400? It's kind of heavy. Don't think I'll need the micros...? Thanks for any advice!