>Sell all your dx glass and buy a 70-200. You'll find you >don't use that camera much anymore. If you're using it for >reach you will have fx glass on it anyways. I use two cameras >a far amount. I used to use a 700 and a d90. I always kept the >longer of the lens of the dx. For one that 14-24 is amazing >way beyond it's sharpness and two as a general rule I tend to >Print bigger the smaller the lens. >I don't know what you have for glass for it, but the only >thing I would keep is a travel lens. Thats where those light >dx lens really pay off!
That's a good idea....the only DX glass I have is the 17-55 2.8 DX, which I think still has some demand and could get some good money for, and an 18-270mm Tamron which I may be able to get $3-400 for. At that point, I could either pony up the difference and buy the 70-200 VRII brand new or find myself a used one in good condition.