>In the end, I could have waited and likely paid $1500 for the >yet to be released high end DX (D7000 replacement) but for >$500 extra I am back in the big league sensor size now. The >more that go FX are less likely to go to something else.
I disagree with this statement. I am well versed with DX and have only just begun my journey into the FX sensor size. Please understand that by well versed I do not mean that I am an expert in...I'd give my eye teeth...not sure if I still have them since I am old, old, old..nevertheless I'd give everything to be an expert with either DX or FX or anything else for that matter!
Best of luck though with your new D600. I am quite sure you will do very well with it. > >As one would have it, I am already eyeing something like the >17-35 for landscape rather than the 10-24 if I was with DX. >My Tamron 90mm for my D90 worked fine on D600 and have and >300mm non-VR to play with.