I've made it a goal for myself that I will never own more than three lenses for my GF-1 at once. Mostly I've done this because of finances, but also because three lenses should be enough to get a variety of shots and still be very portable. I've also added the restriction for myself that my three lenses could only be primes, but I like shooting with them the best. My likely three lenses as of right now: Panasonic 14mm f2.5 Panasonic 20mm f1.7 (only lens I currently own) Panasonic 45mm f2.8 I would choose these three because they would give me fast primes that cover wide, normal and short-tele. If rumors hold true, then I might like to find a place for the Panasonic 25mm f1.4, but I'm not sure where it would fit as it is close to the 20mm and I really like that lens and would find it hard to part with and two normal lenses wouldn't be very useful. Also, if Panasonic or Olympus come out with a wider or brighter lens than the 14mm, then that might be a consideration depending on price. So far I haven't seen any rumors of a lens that would replace the 45mm, but I would like to see a 40mm to 50mm in the f1.4 to f1.7 range and I would be surprised if one didn't show up sooner or later. If money were no object and it were easier to find, I would be very tempted by the Voigtlander 25mm f0.95 just because it is such a nice lens, but the possibility of a 25mm f1.4 probably would still make me hold out to see what the latter cost. I've considered adapted lenses but so far none have made my short list. So, after a long introduction I'm finally to a question that I hope will elicit some interesting answers and provide some food for thought: If you could only own 3 lenses for your m43 camera, what would they be? And for added fun, why those three?