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So, I just want peoples opinion on what's smarter for point and shoot person to entry level photographer on what to purchase beforehand.
I implore you. Don't get your head turned too much from this sensible starting point.
You don't need the fast zooms lenses or even the L lenses. If you don't know the difference then you shouldn't be contemplating $$$'s or even $$$$'s of expend. You really shouldn't.
The advice I gave you back at the very start was to go with the cheap kit option -which is actually very good- and see if you need anything more once you've got used to the camera and how things work.
If you decide you want fast aperture lenses or L build quality down the line then great. Don't let other folk go nuts with your chequebook. See what fits you.
There are a lot of folk on here with money to throw at their hobby, they'll tell you to buy a wimberley when a superclamp will work.
Take a deep breath. Buy the basic kit. See how you get on. Canon aren't going out of business anytime soon, you'll be able to buy better stuff down the line, if you decide you need it. And the basic kit lens is really pretty good at the things most folk need.
Count yourself lucky. When most folk say they are buying a rebel some users try and upgrade you to a 1DX, you mentioned the 50 1.8. Usually some user will chirp in with some comment on how anything less than the 1.2 isn't worth bothering about.
Buy the basic kit. Come back in a couple of months. By then you'll be able to say for yourself where you think you could augment or improve your kit. If indeed you aren't actually delighted.