Thought it would be fun to get some perspectives here on what members consider to be the best 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-lens kits for Micro 4/3. For the sake of this discussion, assume you were picking a kit to use for an extended period of time. I'll start. All of the following are my personal, subjective preferences, not an attempt to say what's the best. 1-lens kit: Panasonic 20mm f/1.7. My only hesitation is the banding issue when used with the OM-D E-M5. Runner-up: PL25. A bit long to be my only lens but a fantastic lens which I don't hesitate to take as my only lens for a particular day or shoot. 2-lens kit: Panasonic 14/2.5 and Oly 45/1.8. The focal lengths are just right to cover 90% of what I'd want to shoot, and these are both exceptional lenses IMO. It helps that you can get the Pana 14 for such low prices on Ebay, but this would be my 2-lens kit even if price were no object. In fact, this is exactly how I plan to roll most days now that I got my Gold Box GX1: Above: Left: GX1 with P14/2.5 and Ricoh GV-2 viewfinder. Right: E-M5 with O45/1.8 and Gariz soft release. 3-lens kit: Pana 14/2.5, Pana Leica 25/1.4, Oly 45/1.8. This was a tough choice for me. I nearly picked the Oly 12 in place of the Pana 14, but I like 14mm more. 4-lens kit: Pana 14, PL 25, Oly 45, Oly 75/1.8. Again, this wasn't easy for me. I thought about Pana 100-300 instead of Oly 75, but in the end I went for speed/size/performance over reach/versatility.