Evan, youre really advertising your own stuff, arent you?
Okay, I wont offense you, and you have to know Im really happy for you that you finally have your dream camera (!), but youre really often telling people to buy the D7000 because it's such a great camera. It is
a great camera, but the most important is that it is not cheap. It could be the best mid-range camera, but for much less the D90, and then with a better lens is a much better kit than the D7000 with less good glass. Still, Pentax has some great dSLRs, like Sony, Canon, Olympus and Panasonic. Dont forget to mention though it's very important to feel the camera in your hands other than say the D7000 is just great. I repeat: the D7000 is great
, and I understand youre advising people to buy it because you like it because of those reasons, but many people complained about the small buffer, and if you buy such an expensive camera you will probably use the RAW+JPEG instead of L-JPEG. And then the buffer is way too small. Of course you will not tell people after spending such a lot of money (youre a teenager arent you?) that your camera is bad. I can understand that, really! After I bought my FZ28 a time ago of course I said everybody looking for a new good camera the FZ28 is just great, but there are so many other cameras!
Evan, dont get me wrong. I really like you at the forum, but I had to say it. I hope you will understand me...
To get OT: The 18-105 is a great lens, but for indoors you probably want a fast prime, like the 35 or 50 versions.