Summary: The 60mm AF-S is a fast focusing lens with a very sharp image. I've only tested it out for a few days but so far so good. The only complaint I would have is it's plastic construction. Although it does make it nice and light weight I would be worried about what kind of abuse it can take! Doing a lot of hiking and traveling my equipment can get banged around a bit! That is the only reason for not giving it a 5/5 review.
Pros: Consistent Output, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh
Summary: I really like this lens. It's my default lens for digital photography because I like the focal length (on my D40), close focus capabilities and fast aperture. It is exactly what I was looking for. Much easier than having to screw on close-up lenses and remove them again.
Summary: I wanted a lens for taking pictures of the kids and an upcoming baby. I thought a lot about the 50mm or 85mm lenses but I realized that often, while I'm running around getting pictures of the kids, I come across a lot of macro opportunities, so this lens seemed like a no brainer. Its as sharp as the usual portrait lenses and has equal or better bokeh as far as I can tell. The autofocus is REALLY fast and accurate. Manual focus is a dream as well.
Pros: Consistent Output, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Great bokeh, Ideal DX focal length, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Summary: This lens is pretty nifty on its tricks. You can use it for portrait work and for macro work. It is definitely a must have in your camera bag. The downside is that it is a little difficult to keep in focus when not using it on a tripod in macro work.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Sharp Focus, Strong Construction
Summary: This has become my favorite new portrait lens. The detail is truly amazing. I am looking forward to using it for weddings- I think it will capture my "detail" shots perfectly. My one complaint would be that the focus feature is a little slow.