Personally didnt like the ISO on this one. Was too noisey higher up. It didnt last long before i moved up to the 5D mk3. Did love the range though and speed.
Great deal. Personally if your going to buy primes; I have both the nifty 50, and the 40mm 2.8 pancake. I would recommend the latter for that extra headroom. I'm not sure what your experience is (or how much you're willing to spend) but that crop sensor is going to feel tight if you're looking for an everyday camera. A Tamron 17-50mm 2.8 might be better suited for that (second hand at around £150). Review: https://www.the-digital-picture.com/Reviews/Tamron-17-50mm-f-2.8-XR-Di-II-Lens-Review.aspx
Not a bad choice .... if money were no object But its like asking "What the best car for my holiday" without knowing if they're ... Towing a caravan Off-roading in the Lake District Smuggling a family of 7 back from France