I got out my Nikon D90 with a Nikon 70-300VR lens out today for a change and took this shot while my mom was feeding the birds, Jeff
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I'm still delighted with my D300 (which is the equivalent of your D90).
And I still use my D200 (which is the equivalent of Frog's D80). In good light I can't tell the difference between the D200 and the D300. In poor light - there's much more noise on the D200 and 1600 ISO is rather limited. I use it for anything risky (like holidays).
I always keep two DSLR's. If the current one has a problem - I have the second one to fall back on. For really important events (weddings) I even go out with both bodies just to be sure.
Nikon D800, D7200, Sony RX100m3
Not buying any more gear this year. I hope