Nikon 85mm F3.5G ED DX VR Micro
Before I bought the lens I was little worried, but most macro lenses in this range are F2.8 lenses, but after taking a few test shots I realized that it wouldn't matter much, because for any serious macro work you'll be stopping the lens down to at least F8 or more. Some people have argued that it should have been faster, so that it could have been used as a DX portrait lens, but I didn't get the lens for that, I got it for macro shots, and I find the 50mm F1.8D does a good job for portraits on a DX body anyway.
As for lens operation, auto focus is fast and quiet, yup it is real AF-S. It tends to hunt when you are at macro distances (under .3m), but otherwise performs very well. The VR works as advertised, it is slightly better than the VR on the 24-120mm VR, based on my use so far. The VR does start to loose effectiveness when you get to macro focusing distances, no different from any other macro lens on the market from what I've read, but is still helpful for times when you might not have a tripod.
Well those are my Initial Impressions, I'll post a full review in three or four weeks.