Summary: First of all, I'm very pleased with the camera and lenses. It's more than meeting my expectations for an entry-level DSLR. I'm also very satisfied with the service provided by the seller. My order was processed and shipped promptly. I paid only for standard shipping and would have had it in my hands by the end of the third business day had someone been home to sign for it.
Summary: All of the materials in the pack (excluding the camera itself) are middle-to-low grade, and therefore not for the professional/expert. I would highly recommend not purchasing this for the extras, but only if you find a deal on the camera+2 lenses. I had set my expectations very low on the quality of the 'extras' and I hit it right - they were not that great. In summary - Great camera, Great lenses, Good bag, Mediocre-Low quality extras.
Excerpt: I usually don’t take out my Nikon D5100 for heavy duty or casual purposes. That’s because it is high resolution DSLR and I am totally in love with it. You can say I am very possessive about this first ever DSLR I ever bought. Even a bit possessive perhaps.
Summary: Cons: Some of the accessories are a little cheap. No lens cap retainers. Lens hood is basically useless. Pros: GREAT camera, backpack fits everything...and although some of the lens attachments are cheap, they produce some pretty cool effects. I've shot about 500 photos with this rig and I've yet to be disappointed. Big plus that it comes with a tripod and a Nikon VR telephoto lens. 8gb card holds more photos than I can shoot in a day.
Summary: I got this camera a few months ago and I have to say, this is one of the best beginners DLSR cameras out there. The interface is simple and with enough practice, simple to understand what the numbers mean. I love the swivel LCD screen (it has come in handy when filming and taking pictures). I would recommend this camera to any beginner out there looking to go from a point and shoot to an SLR camera.