My parents complain when I don't ask for a whole lot, lol... They both grew up in families where Christmas gifts were a very strong tradition, so we always go out of our way to get some nice things for each other.
On a photography note, I'm probably going to purchase a lens to use with my Dad's N2020 for my photography class next semester. Yes, it may be a bad camera in the grand scheme of things, but it's free, it has a lot of sentimental value, and Dad has taken a ton of great photos on it in the ~20 years he's had it.
None of my lenses will work (they're all G-type and/or AF-S), and currently Dad has a Sigma 28-70 f/3.5-4.5 and a 70-200 f/3.8 for it. The tele zoom is a pretty decent lens, but the 28-70 is horribly soft.
I'm debating between a fast normal zoom (maybe the old Tokina 28-70 f/2.8) or a fixed prime. If I go the fixed prime route, I'm not sure what to do.
I feel like I should get a lens that serves a dual-purpose and works on both of my cameras. So far my main thought is a 50 mm of some sort, whatever I can find for a reasonable price. However, thanks to my Tokina I've found that I rather like the 35 mm equivalent focal length, so I'm also thinking of selling my Sigma and then picking up a 35 f/2 AF-D. And then I'm also contemplating one of the 55 or 60 mm macro lenses, as I don't have a macro currently.
In any event, for it to work on my N2020, it'll have to be either AF, AF-D, AI, or AI-S, and it can't be gelded.