Hi, I'm currently looking for something more wide-angle on my Panasonic GF1. I own both the Panasonic 14mm 2.5 and 20mm 1.7 and the Olympus 45mm 1.8. However, in a lot of situations 14mm isn't wide enough. For a long time I was set on getting the Olympus 9-18mm because of its size and the fact that - being a zoom lens - it's more versatile. However, I really like using primes and thought that maybe the Samyang/Bower 7.5mm fisheye could be a good addition to my other lenses. While I dont mind the fisheye effect in some situations it can get a bit too much at times (especially for some "serious" architecture photography). I was told by a friend that there quite effective ways of "de-fishing" the fisheye photographs using software. I'm really rather clueless what to do. Maybe someone here has used both or had to decide between the same lenses, as well. Every help is very much appreciated! Btw, I'm new here and really like the "atmosphere" of this forum ! Cheers!