I'm sure there are other threads about this, but I wanted to start my own thread just for my personal situation. I currently have a Canon Point and Shoot Powershot SD 750. I really like it, but I'm looking to upgrade to an DSLR camera. I may disappoint some of the Nikon fanboys, but I want to stay with Canon. Right now they are selling the Rebel XSi as a kit that includes the EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens for $800. I'm not looking to do studio photography, but I'd like a step up from regular point and shoot cameras knowing that I can purchase some good quality lenses that will be useful for nature/scenery shots. I'd also like to be able to use the camera for family photos and general photography, but not anything intense or fast moving. I'd really appreciate if someone could tell me about this lens that comes with the camera. Is it any good? Is this a camera setup that you recommend for someone who wants to branch out into the DSLR world without going to the Semi-Pro/Pro level? Thanks in advance for the advice!