My main equipment: - Canon 450D w/kit lens - Tokina 11-16 - with hood - Canon 70-200 F4 L IS - with hood - Tripod Filters: - Screw in CPL for each lens - ND 106 screw in for the Tokina - screw in grad filter for the Tokina I've played about with the screw in grad, and I think it maybe a bad purchase considering what you can do with the square/rectangle filters. If I go with Lee, is this the correct setup: - 77MM adapter ring - 67MM adapter ring - Holder - Grad resin soft set - Tintless cloth - Filter pouch I'm not to sure if I need universal lens hood or not - I have got in the habit of using the lens hoods that came with the lens. I have no problem using the CPL's with the holders even though it maybe fiddly. I will keep my screw in 106 ND filter, but can that be used in conjunction with the Lee system or do I need to get their versions of the ND filter? I like to shoot anything really; landscapes, scenic scenes, sunrise and sunsets, but the grads mainly to deal with the bright sky. Not to sure if I need the hard grads - I don't think I will be doing shots such as seas, but maybe lakes with hills and mountains. I may as well use the screw in grad as a frisbie. Thanks for help.