So, I'm still unemployed, so to stay on insurance even longer, I'm going to be taking more classes at a local community college (I already have a B.A.). Anyway, last semester was primarily web design classes and this semester I'm signed up for some photography classes. With that said, I need some help. My step-mother has a D60, but she wants to upgrade. I'm not sure when this will happen, but I may be EXTREMELY lucky and inherit this. But, it looks like that won't be happening. I know my 4 assignments are: Nature, People, Action, and Your choice. So, I will need to be able to do these 3 genres. I'm thinking action could be taken as capturing a slow-paced "action," so I'm not expecting to have to photograph a football game, or anything like that. So, I think for the time being, a kit lens will be ok. My budget will probably be less than 800, for the kit. If I can find a better body, I will probably be able to borrow lens's that my mother has (she has a few good ones). So, I think I want to stick with Nikon, just to have compatibility with her lens's. I would like to stay away from a D40, because she is trying to tell me that she hated it. So, what would you're recommendation be? Besides the classes, I will probably only be taking pictures of nature (mostly b&w) and maybe a few on the golf course. Thank you for your help.