I recently re-purchased an E-M5, and had some intention to buy the 12-35/2.8 as well. But the price and somewhat muted reviews are holding me back, as well as how much I like primes on the E-M5. And while I like the 12-50 and the 14-150 as options they are not "killer" lenses, so I am not being too quick to purchase one of them. What I've been doing is using the E-M5 with either the 25/1.4 or 45/1.8, and using my Fuji X10 when I want that standard zoom capability. That was never my strategy, it just sort of happened. But now it seems like a kind of smart thing to do. Wondering what people think of this approach. Obviously there is a trade off with the smaller sensor and other differences, but in good light (which the slow-ish :43: zooms need anyway) a good P&S camera can hold it's own in many ways. It also provides a more compact option when that matters, and gives you macro capability. I guess I am trying to provide a reason to own another nice camera. Given the recent sales prices on options like the XZ-1 or the LX7 you can take this approach for about the same price as a refurbed 12-50.