I'll go short to long: 20/4 AIS, 28/2.8 AIS. 50/2 AIS, 55/2.8 AIS Macro, 85/2 AIS, 105/2.5 AIS, 200/4 AIS and 500/8 reflex. All are small, take 52mm filters (except the 500) and were comparatively inexpensive. All, except for the 85 are very sharp and I don't personally like sharp portrait lenses (saves on Softars). I owned the original 80-200/4.5 zoom and wow, did it suck. I almost never used it. The 105/2.5 and 200/4 were so good, the 80-200 was bigger, slower and not nearly as sharp. Made me swear off zooms until last year and episode two: 16-85 with D90 followed by 10.5, 70-300VR, 10-24, 35/1.8, 60/2.8, 105/2.8, 200/4. All have been perfect. Some of the AIS lenses were upgraded by Nikon for a nominal fee. I'm looking forward to seeing what the old lenses can do with an FX body - almost makes me want a D700 more than the (better for me) D300s.