Good to see another Nikon user
The F80 is excellent. Most of the more usefull features of both the F100 and F5 in a cheaper package (offset by somewhat less sturdy construction and somewhat slower AF motor and film transport).
The Nikkor 28-80 AF-G and AF-D (older) are good lenses for the price. Certainly good enough to get started (hell, in a while you'll become like all of us and be constantly drooling over lens catalogues looking at the professional glass).
Same for the 70-300ED (which is loads better than the 70-300D and G at not too much more cost).
At the price, it can't be beat, and you get the entire line of Nikon glass behind you for potential future purchase, plus a complete line of bodies ranging from cheap consumer ones (F55) to professional ones (F5, and the digital D1x).
Lenses ranging in price from the $100 50mm f/1.8 to the $10000 600mm f/2.0.