The list author says: "These are all the photography items that I would buy if I had the money. Seriously, if I had the money, everything here. Now it does look like a ton, but when you think of what a pro has, it really isn't a major difference. Probably less than some pros own."
"Fast telephoto zoom, rounding out the trinity. Awesome for portraits. Put it on a DX camera to get extra reach for free; add a 1.4 TC and you have a 420mm f/4 equivalent. You'd spend like $6k for 400mm f/4 on FX."
"I could see this one being my favorite lens of all. Wide, super fast, super sharp, great bokeh even for the focal length. With this lens set to f/1.4 and a D3s with its high ISO abilities you could probably get bright sharp photos with the lens cap still on."
"Due to the death of my D80's shutter, I upgraded to this. I received it 2 days after the D80 died. It's an incredible upgrade; Using it for the first few weeks has been quite an experience. I forgot I had live view and video some times. Countless upgrades to the D80. Eventually, I will repair the D80. I will definitely like having 2 DSLR's, each with a lens mounted ready to go."
"Awesome high quality grip. Love the multi selector that the MB D80 did not have. Other than when my camera's on a tripod, the grip is ALWAYS on it. I like extra the shutter button, and that I don't have to change batteries. (I only have 2)"
"Had one for the D80, transferred it to D7000 when I got it. Just make sure you shave the bottom plastic lip off so you don't break your hand trying to get it off. (This is the lip that holds it onto the camera eyepiece, looks like a speed-bump)"
"20GB is probably the most I'll ever need for the D7000 at one time. It's not the fastest for the D7000, but I can still get 6 fps for 10 shots at 14 bit lossless RAWS. Even at airshows, I hardly ever need 10 shots."
"Comes in handy for airshows- of which good weather is rare, in my cases anyway. Allows you to shoot in the rain quite comfortably, only your lens hood will get wet. Trash bags are also very useful in the rain."
"Has been my home-bag for years. It is where almost all of my gear resides when I'm not shooting. I have used it in the museums and the National Mall and such, what a pain. Way too heavy filled. It taught me to carry less. It is an awesome bag nonetheless, just make sure you take what you need, no more."
"(Black version) I love this bag. It makes me bring much less than my full bag, but yet I can somehow still bring a gripped camera and two lenses. It allows me to focus more on photography, less on my shoulder. I brought it to New York City and Alabama and it was perfect."
"I recently bought this bag and it seems awesome so far. It allows me to take more than the holster, but less than the stealth. Mainly, it does not look like a camera bag. I'd take this on any photo based vacation or trip. It was perfect for a trip to Rochester/Buffalo/Niagara falls. I brought the D7000, 3 lenses, and accessories, comfortably."