Naraly wrote in post #13850574
Also a quick poll, should I get stock lense or just purchase body and purchase a different lense?
I think most people would be inclined to get the body only and then fill in with better lenses. And, that is a great way to get gear that fits what you want to shoot. It also opens you up to breaking your budget and agonizing over the multitude of lenses you might consider.
A simpler approach is to go with the kit lens (which tend to be pretty capable overall) and spend time getting comfortable with your camera and get a feel for what you're shooting and where the kit is deficient for your needs. Depending on your budget getting the 50mm 1.8 is a good next step as far as lenses go (or the 50mm 1.4 if the extra $200+ isn't problematic).
It's easy to get sucked into gear discussions and wanting more better lenses and a pricier body. But, the reality is that just about all gear is full of compromises (zoom vs. prime, IQ, build quality, size, cost, etc.) and the next best lens is always just another $100 or $200 more. You can probably wait on all that and just spend time taking pictures and getting to know what you're doing and what the limitations of your camera kit are.
Any current DSLR you buy will be capable of great pictures. My T1i has served me well for 2+ years now.