I'm switching from a 60D kit to a E-m10 in hopes to lighten my camera bag. I mainly shoot general family, travel, and lots of portraits (have 5 daughters!). I've been using a Canon 15-85, Sigma 30mm, Takumar 50mm f1.4, Tokina 50-135mm f2.8 and 55-250mm IS. I don't need something that matches that range or features perfectly, though. What would you recommend for a lens kit, assuming I have about $1000+/- for lenses and don't mind picking up a few used. I'm not a super pixel peepr, but I do like nice bang-for-the-buck lenses and I'm trying to make this a compact and light kit. Since I'm buying a new e-m10, some of the lens bundle deals looked good. Just as an initial thought, I'm kind of thinking 14mm f2.5, 25mm f1.8 and 45mm f1.8 right off the bat. 25mm is only $299 in the bundle. Would the kit lenses (14-42/40-150) be worth adding to the camera bundle for $99?. I think I can get a used 45mm for less than the $300 bundle price and used 14mm are pretty cheap. I'm torn on whether to add one of the pancake zooms. They are tiny, but it adds $250 or so to the kit. Any other suggestions? What would you buy for a starter lens kit with $1000?