Hi all, Been a long time since I've really frequented the forums regularly, but glad to see the community is still alive and bustling. My wife and I are going to hike up to Machu Picchu later this summer along the Inca Quarry Trail (out of classic Inca Trail permits for when we were able to be there). Need some advice on an appropriate travel kit to bring along. Current gear: Panny GF1 with LVF1 20mm f1.7 14-140mm 7-14mm f4 3 batteries FL-50 (got it cheap) GorillaPod SLR Zoom tripod Just acquired: Oly E-P3 with VF-2 14-42mm II R 2 batteries My wife and I learned over two weeks in Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia last year that we do not share a camera well and have very different tastes in lens choice (she likes the versatility of the superzoom), so I got the E-P3 (really quite cheap too) two have two bodies. Things I'm considering purchasing: Hiking pole with camera mount (makeshift monopod) Oly 45mm f1.8 (for portraits by camp light, and a second bright lens on the second body) Another battery for the E-P3 FL-36R or FL-300R (trading/selling the FL-50, since I can trigger wireless flash now) Probably something like a Crumpler Haven so I can carry gear inside a hiking backpack What do you guys think? Anything else I should add or drop? I am trying to be conscious of not carrying too much weight, so leaving things behind like a flash are totally viable. Any non-camera related advice for the trek up to MP and perhaps Huayna Picchu?