Nikon D700: Still one of Nikon's best. They broke the mold with this one and it's still relevant today. Fast and sure autofocus and rock solid build. Image quality is still great... if just a bit dated for some applications. If you can find one used in good shape I'd recommend this for many over many of the new options.
Nikon 35mm f/2D, 50mm f/1.8G and the 85mm f/1.8G: Yup, no zooms... AND nothing wider than 35. I just don't need it on a daily basis at this point. When the situation arises, I rent for now. The one glaring omission here is the 70-200 f/2.8. I rent this one as well (weddings) but I have been waiting on Nikon for the f/4 version. I'm just not a huge fan of the heavy glass but I can make an exception for the 70-200 f/2.8. I will test the f/4 first and make that call later. f/4 is probably too slow for my use but I will still give it a look first.
Lighting: SB-910's and Lumopro 160's. I LOVE my SB-910. This thing just keeps up. Reception bounce, quick studio... good consistent lighting with all the advantages of a speedlight. My Lumopro 160's deliver the power I need, are dead simple to operate and are very reliable. Doesn't take as much of a beating but it's tough enough. Better yet they are much less than half the price of the 910.
My Bag: The Domke F-2. Got it in green. Wasn't completely happy with my Retrospective 20. Love it. One of these days I'll do it justice with a full review.
Lens of the year: Nikon 50mm f/1.8G