While I appreciate your interest and the question you have asked, as well as you submission of images, unfortunately it will be impossible to answer your question directly. You will need to undergo at least one, and preferably more, consultations in person with board certified plastic surgeons who have experience in breast and body contouring surgery. It appears from your images that you may be an excellent candidate for surgery like that, but the problem is that without an exam and detailed discussion about your goals and expectations, as well as your current health history, there is no way to know exactly what to recommend to you. Thus, there is no way to give you any reasonable amount that this all may cost. You can go online and see ballpark prices for all kinds of surgery, or even get those approximate figures here on RealSelf, but even that won't be entirely accurate for your purposes, as you won't really know exactly what procedures are best for you until you meet with a surgeon in person. You may require some form of breast lift, or mastopexy, in addition to breast augmentation, and instead of simply a tummy tuck, you may find that a more extensive form of body contouring procedure, like an extended tummy tuck or lower body lift/belt lipectomy, will give you much better results in contouring your torso than a standard tummy tuck. You may or may not wish to consider some liposuction along with the body contouring as well, and certainly if you are considering buttock lifting using fat transfer, that will be a necessity. Lastly, it is worth noting that there may be a limit to how much surgery can and should be done safely at one time under one anesthetic. Sometimes we feel the need to separate our surgical plan into stages to enhance both safety and accuracy, and this will need to be considered by anyone considering multiple procedures. In the end, all of these questions should be answered for you in consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon who can review all of the available options with you. In addition to being certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, your surgeon should also voluntarily participate in the Maintenance of Certification program administered by that board. This is the best way to know that your surgeon not only has the best training and experience for the procedure, but that he or she has maintained currency in the certification requirements as opposed to practicing on a "lifetime" certificate which has only been reviewed once at the beginning of his or her career. For more information on this you can visit ABplsurg.org, ABMS.org, and certificationmatters.org . Good luck.