Oeyvind, I have the same equipment as you minus the TCs. I'm planning for a trip maybe to Thailand next month and I think I will bring the same lens setup. But I hope to use the 50 f1.4 for night shots because of the lower f-stop. Btw, where did you go and how did you lug around all the heavy lenses?
Was in Melbourne, visited my brother and have my 1 week break there.
It's setup sounds heavy but the Kinesis Gears setup does make it bearable... I usually don't bring out the 50mm and TCs unless I know I need them. One more thing it's winter down under... not so tiring.
Didn't have 24-70 or 28-70 range as I find them not really useful on 1.6x crop body like D60.
Travelled w EF 28-135IS. Good all-round package. But sold mine. Next trip prob GR1V; if i bring dSLR, it will be 16-35, 50/1.4, 75-300. 75-300 has added advantage of not being white. All will fit into one small sling camera bag w extra batt n CF card. XDrive pack seperately, prob leave in hotel.
If i intend to do serious shooting (as well as tour), it will be 16-35, 24-70 and 70-200/2.8, together w tripod. The 3 lenses + 10D still fit into one small sling bag, tho the tripod doesn't. The 3 hoods will stay at home though.
Are you very selective of what you shoot when using primes overseas?
I did the same gungho thing when I went to Canada recently. But the changing of lenses was killing me! In a handful of cases, I cannot get the exact composition I wanted also. In the end, I was suffering from withdrawal symptoms of a zoom and finally bought a 28-105mm there. Now I have prob selling it off here!!!