Hey everyone, I'm sure you're tired of this comparison. But I'm excited to see the full-frame format digital bodies to be under $3,000, but I realize the lens for the cameras will be expensive as well. I like the full-frame format because it allows me to shoot wider, and have ISO capability up to 6400 for clean, natural light pictures. The lens I think I'll need for my style of photography will be a wide-angle (17mm?) for landscapes a fast prime (f/1.4?) for portraits a medium telephoto macro (100mm f/2.8?) for close-up photography a walkaround zoom lens maybe? (24-120mm?) I feel like a fast telephoto would be very heavy to carry around, but I'm not sure if there's a lens that people think I should have that I haven't listed. What are my good options for these lens, for each camera system? About how much would the lens cost? I currently do not own any lens, so I will essentially be buying into a "system". Each body has it's pros and cons, I like the movie feature on the Canon, I like the AF points on the D700. I can't tell how the noise performance will compare at the moment, the extra speed or MP does not sway me to either model. I'm hoping the cost will stay under $5,000, this would include the external flash I'd have to buy as well. Which flash is best for either model? I'm counting on your expertise to help me, I've had a hard time looking for lens, and with the 3rd party lens makers, it's such a variety to choose from. Regards, Over Achiever PS I apologize if this is a redundant thread.