WHO? Serious shooters looking for a one-lens workhorse. WHAT? Nikon D80 with 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor IF-ED lens. WHY? While 10MP DSLRs have proliferated in the past two years, one of the originals, the 10.2MP D80, remains one of the best. It combines league-leading resolution with excellent noise control (Moderately Low noise at ISO 3200, by our tests). Autofocusing is speedy and works down to EV -2, a light level best described as available darkness. One of our favorite features: the ability to color-correct RAW files and convert to JPEGs in-camera. This kit pairs it with the 18-135mm lens, about 27-200mm in 35mm terms. In our SQF tests, it tested in the Excellent level throughout the focal-length range. The leading-edge crowd might nitpick the 2.5-inch LCD and the lack of Vibration Reduction with this lens, but given that this combo costs $300 less than when it was first introduced, we're not complaining. NOW! $1,000, STREET.