The D3200 is a very decent camera for those who are just getting into the DSLRs. It has almost everything that is necessary to take good photos, and its image quality is more than ample for most amateurs and semi-pros. I personally have taken over 10,000 pictures with my D3200 and I have not had many issues, however I have had a very minor bug that is intermittent, but it has had minimal impact and I simply believe that it is present only in my individual camera (only reason this is not a 5 star). It does not have all of the accessories of the newer and more expensive models, like a swivel touch screen, but it performs incredibly well without them and does what a camera is meant to do, and it does it well. The live view mode auto-focus is a bit slow, but that is expected in most DSLRs without dedicated video focus sensors. The lenses themselves are adequate for the casual user, but would recommend upgrading to better quality lenses if you wish to go further into the hobby. The 18-55mm lens gives reasonably good images, with some noticeable distortion on the extremes of the lens. The 55-200mm lens seems to have issues with blur caused by camera shake at moderate shutter speeds (due to lack of VR), and would recommend a tripod for this particular lens. This lens also has some distortion on its extremes, but not extremely noticeable to casual users. Both lenses are a bit lacking on contrast and saturation, but can be corrected with post-processing, and is not extremely noticeable to casual users, especially with the processing done with the jpeg software inside the camera. The handbag is excellent, with several storage sections for accessories and the manual; would recommend getting a larger bag if you plan on purchasing larger accessories.