I've just about convinced myself that I want a G5 instead of my current G3 as my second body to go with my GX1, mostly for the better ergonomics and a couple added features. G5 body only for $500 from Amazon seems perfect, as I'll spend as little as possible on the body, and I won't use the kit lens. For $600 from B&H, I can get the G5 with 14-42 kit lens AND for $100 more [$200 rebate!] the 45-150 Panasonic lens. I know the 45-150 is a relatively inexpensive, slow, consumer lens. However, it seems a fantastic deal for $100, really $200 out-of-pocket, and is small and light. Sure I can possibly sell the kit lens for $75-ish to defray the cost [though there seems to be lots of them for sale now]... or if I find I don't like/use the 45-150 I can likely sell it for $150-200, right? My eyes have been focused on the 35-100 f/2.8 and I'll likely buy one relatively soon, but it seems a hell of a deal to get that 45-100 for so little cash above the kit price. Combined with the added reach of the 150mm I might be able to postpone my 35-100 purchase for a while. Thoughts P.S. "IF" Amazon had the 45-150 in stock they have a '$50' rebate, though the total out-of-pocket would be within $50.00 and shipping is faster/cheaper to me from Amazon. But I have a bit more confidence in buying from B&H when it comes to cameras/lenses.