Hi, I don't shoot a lot of portraits, and I don't really aspire to do so. However I seem to end up shooting just enough that it might be nice to pick up a lens more suited to that purpose. I know Nikon's rumored to have a 85mm f/1.4 update in the works; but I don't really want to drop $1200 or more on a lens that's only going to see sporadic use. So I was curious to hear from people who've shot people using the current f/1.8 version of Nikon's 85mm lens - do you give it a thumbs up or down? Whatever I end up with will be used on my Nikon D700. I'm not looking to be a photographer by trade - I'm a web developer. While most any decent lens will work well enough for the web, it's not uncommon for students to ask me for the photos I've taken so they can use them for other purposes. Really my main interest is having a larger aperture for a) subject isolation and b) shorter shutter speeds in so-so light, since I prefer to shoot them outdoors whenever the weather cooperates. Thanks for any feedback or alternate suggestions you might have!