So, I'm upgrading from a POS Sanyo from Walmart (shudder) to either a Panasonic Lumix LX-5, or a Canon EOS T2i. The jury is still out on whether I want to make the leap to DSLR, but my question is if I get the DSLR, what lens should I get to do the best low-light pictures possible? Background--I have a quilting blog, which would be the main destination for my photos. This means the majority of my pictures are going to be indoors, with poor lighting at best. I also take a large number of photos at quilt shows, with the same issue. The problem with the quilt shows is that flash is generally not allowed in any way shape or form, due to the potential for damage to the fabrics. What would be a good lens for the Canon, given these needs? I'm going to get the bundle from Amazon that comes with the 18-55mm lens as a general use lens, but I'm curious what you would suggest for a low-light lens.