I was just given an N8008s with instructions, two Nikkor zooms, a Sigma wide angle, a 400mm Tokina, and some accessories. My first autofocus camera. You might want to investigate the MF-21 multifunction back as well, which has some interesting features besides just printing the date, exposure info, or numbers in the frame. It can also serve as an intervalometer, fire the camera when a moving object comes into focus (needs the electronic remote release for that function), and other functions. I've seen them used in bargain condition at KEH for $20. The only drawback on the one I was given is that an impact destroyed the info LCD in the finder. I find it a nice camera except for a couple of switch placements that I find awkward. The finder is nice and clean, especially with the LCD out of commission.