There is a seller on ebay.sg, named "mzmshop" that makes several camera cases. I received his full black leather two-piece case for the E-PL1. At the current price of about USD 25 including shipping, it is a bargain. The leather is clean and fresh, black, with tight stitching. The lining inside is soft and suede-like, with all interior surfaces covered. The case has a half-body bottom and snap-on cover that accommodates the kit zoom lens, mounted. The fit is tight and the cover is attached to the half-body with two snaps on either side, plus a magnetic snap that mates to the bottom of the half-body case. The half-body is attached to the camera body by way of a polymer screw that can itself screw onto a tripod mount. The case leaves gaps for camera straps on both the camera body and on D-rings on the half-body case itself. There are some flaws. The grip on the right side of the camera body could use a slot on the half-body bottom. It does barely fit as is, but not with conformal ease. The cover cannot reliably stay attached to the half-case while shooting because when the two side snaps are loosened, the cover is only held by the magnetic snap on bottom, but it would be awkward to leave the cover hanging at any rate. So just remove it. If your chosen mounted lens is even a centimeter longer than the kit zoom lens, it is unlikely the cover will fit as the case is very well tailored to closely hug the camera body and kit lens. I cannot mount the half-case at all with my particular micro 4/3 adapter from Robert Jagitsch and a Contax G lens on account of the focus dial that protrudes from the adapter, but one can hardly blame the case designer for that. The lens and adapter are too long for the cover at any rate. But I suspect the Panny 20mm or Oly 17mm would fit just fine in this case. This case is fantastic for an E-PL1 with the kit lens, and is bloody larceny at the low price of 25 USD. I can smell the new leather as I type. However, with any lens longer than the kit zoom collapsed, the cover will not fit, and a legacy lens with an adapter that increases the diameter of the lens-adapter combo will not fit well on the half-body case. The polymer screw is unlikely to scratch the bottom of your camera body, so that is good. The poor accommodation for the right-hand grip on the camera body is the worst thing here. The case comes with an extra camera neck strap. At 25 USD it's hard to go wrong here, and the seller shipped from Hong Kong to California in about a week or less.