Did a quick search of the threads for this, and I'm not seeing it addressed specifically, so here goes. I know that at some point, there's the potential for the sensor to out-resolve lenses, especially with less expensive/kit lenses. With that said, and given that enough of you probably have the 7000 by now to be able to give a good critique, do y'all think that the 18-105 is a good choice for the 7000, or am I better off looking at something else?
By way of background (since I know someone will probably ask), I'm by no means a professional. This will be my first DSLR, and I don't have a ton of money to kick around. With that said, I am looking at this as an investment, so if I'm going to be plunking down what is, for me at least, a fairly big chunk of change, I don't want it to be wasted on something that will give substandard results. So if not the 18-105, what's my next best (affordable) option, in terms of good resolution? And I'm talking real-world results, not DXO data (I know the two aren't necessarily one and the same).