Well I've had a strange journey since posting thread.
I broke my 55-200VR and ended up getting a Tokina 80-400 to replace it. Not the fastest glass but man does it take some good shots. Really came in handy to get some cool shots of Transformer cars and celebrities.
I sold off my D60 + 18-55, 35 f/1.8 and 50 f/1.8.
Went ahead and found a good deal on the MB-D80 grip and have about 500$ left over.
I already own an SB-600, even though I hardly use it, so I don't need a flash.
Now I am at a cross roads, do I get a D80 (decided a D200 is strange and the battery issues, is an issue for me), or a decent tripod, especially for the 80-400 and save the rest.
I mean I am happy with my current D90 so whatever is coming I am not in a rush to get.
Also from my experience this past week of using my D90 to record the filming and my D60 to take pictures, it'd be pretty sweet to have two camera bodies again with the added benefit of them both being able to AF my Tokina lenses.
But ugh, I like not seeing my savings account empty.