Congratulations, Rorschach and janern! Enjoy!
At a local camera store, Houston Camera Exchange, in Texas, I had been watching their stock of several new Nikkor 28mm 2.8 AI-S lenses slowly dwindle to just one. There had been some few 50mm 1.2 AI-S lenses, too, but all had been sold, already. (I had already acquired a pre-owned 50mm 1.2 AI-S in early 2011.) Even though the 60mm 2.8 AF-S Micro-Nikkor had been occupying the top spot of my wish list, I figured the opportunity to buy a new 28mm 2.8 AI-S lens might not exist indefinitely, and the ability to inspect one before buying may not exist again at all, unless I travel to New York City, so the highly-regarded classic manual-focus lens came home with me Saturday evening.
These AI-S lensess are a true delight, constructed of glass and metal. Nikon still makes a relative few, in Japan. In the USA, very, very few authorized Nikon dealers stock AI-S lenses, with B&H being the best-known source.
My strategy with my Nikon FX cameras, at least at present, is to concentrate upon fairly compact prime lenses.
Canon 5Ds R/7D2/7D/5D/40D/1D2N; Nikon F6/D3s/D700/FM3A/Coolpix A. Lens selection undergoing changes; some favorites: Zeiss 2/135 APO Sonnar, Canon 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS and 135L, Nikkor 14-24/2.8G and 200/2 VR.