I'll fully admit to being neurotic when it comes to certain lens decisions. That and having a lot of free time late at night to make impulse purchases... So here's my (admittedly ridiculous) history over the past year-plus - I used to have a 45mm f1.8 and 60mm f2.8. But I do more portraits than macro and decided to get a 75mm f1.8. I then found that 60/75mm were too close in focal length and sold the 60mm. While I had the money for the 60mm sitting in my paypal, I stumbled across a dirt-cheap PL 45mm macro and bought it on a whim. I then sold my 45mm f1.8. I like the 45mm f2.8, but I wasn't doing much macro and I had convinced myself that f2.8 wasn't fast enough for portraits (Even though I have plenty of nice ones with it). In the meantime I found good deals on old OM 50mm f3.5 Macro and OM 50mm f1.8 primes and ended up with those too just to try them out. Then last week, I bought a used Rokinon 50mm f1.2 for a great price and I had always wanted a hyper-fast prime. I love the bokeh, but can't reliably focus the lens at f1.2 and it's heavier than my 75mm, so I am probably sending it back. And on top of all this, I still want to try the Panasonic 42.5mm f1.7. So right now this very second I have a 50mm f1.2, 50mm f1.8, 50mm f3.5 Macro, PL 45mm f2.8 Macro and eyeing a 42.5mm f1.7 with the refund if I send the 50mm f1.2 back. My PL15, O25 and 075 are firmly cemented in my kit. I want some macro capability, but I am a very casual macro user. Mostly coins and bees and flowers. I like having a lens in between the 25/75 so I can take it out as a 2-lens setup with the 15mm for travel/walkaround. Money is not a huge issue, but I'm not willing to spend enough to get the 42.5mm f1.2. So if you managed to get through all of that, thanks and what do you recommend I keep/sell/swap? I obviously can't be trusted to keep making decisions here by myself. TL;DR version - what prime lens(es) around the 45mm length should I pair with the 15mm for travel and light macro? Which ones should I sell?