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Just my opinion... But if you are going to get the D800e, get the BEST lenses you can afford, as there is no point getting all that extra resolution and then tossing it away with the lens. I recently switched from Canon, and now have the 14-24 and the 24-70. The only one I've paused on buying is the 70-200 II. Reason being is strictly budget, and as a landscape only kind of guy, the 14-24 is mounted 95% of the time anyway.
My consideration is with getting a new 80-200 f2.8. From the research I've done, it's a very sharp lens. The AF improvements and VR are lost on me, as I'm only using it for landscapes. It's over $1000 cheaper than the 70-200 II. If I had extra money to burn, it would be an easy decision of getting the 70-200 to round out my kit.
I used Canon for several years and had the 16-35, 24-105, and 70-200. The only thing I might have changed up was the 14-24 with a converter for the 16-35 since it is wider and sharper. However, the 16-35 sunstar kept me coming back.
I did look at the Zeiss 15mm prime, but at that $$ level, I just couldn't justify it. From what I can tell, the Nikon zooms are good enough to make them more than adequate over trying to carry enough primes to cover the range between 14-200.