Hello guys, I need some opinions please before I make my mind up. I still can't decide so I come here to know opinions. As discussed in other thread, I have decided that I am going to upgrade (most likely) my D90 kit. D90 was great for me except few things - in low lights it was very very noisy, the video is crap (my iphone 6 shoots amazing one compared to D90) and sometimes the focus would fail me a bit even when light conditions are good (wedding event) as it looked good on the small display but then when up on big screen it would be slightly blurred so I would be fixing it in post. So, I'm going to india in 8 days and after extensive research I came up with this (thanks to some people from here who helped). Nikon D750 + 24-70 2.8 VR lens. Nikon has some rebate now so I'll get £250 for my old D90 kit (which was £700 I think at the time of purchase). And the lens is something I thought that I will need eventually and it will last a lifetime so I don't wanna buy something worse and then lose value and buy this later anyway. I've check my usage and this range should cover around 80% of what I shoot. I'm recreational photograph so there are times when the camera is not used for weeks/moths as I use it mainly for events, holidays or weddings when I want to take nice pictures. In my 6 years of usage I have used it for few trips and weddings and I never regretted getting it even when it was not used often. It was always the "pro" gear that would do amazing job when needed. (except those drawback I described earlier) What am I looking for? I guess the answer is a single purchase that would sort me out for pretty much my whole life or until the camera breaks as I'm under the impression that the lens will last me my whole life (right?). I have the money aside and I'm only here because I'm feeling little guilty with such an expensive purchase. I don't want second hand units as I never trust those. So, what do you guys think? Am I crazy for getting something that I may not 'need' and I'm just making a luxury purchase that I will regret later or is it one of those moments when one is feeling guilty when buying something expensive but then it proves it be worth it in a long run?