garyrhook wrote: Do you need VR?
You might look around at some camera stores, too. Kit lenses can be had used for about half price compared to new ones. Lots of folks get rid of them as the move to new glass. You might get just the body, and trade out your current lenses (assuming they still work) over time. That would allow you to get the D5600 and the 35mm, and have money left over.
Also, that 18-140 will feel limiting if you spend a lot of time at 200-300mm.
Personally, I don't find VR on short lenses all that useful, other than low-light situations. Others disagree. You need to figure out if that's important to you.
As for full-frame, the best you could do is a used D610. Probably not worth considering.
Quoting Kelly here: #nothelpful
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