I just pulled the trigger on a camera package and I would imagine when I bring that box home Monday after it's arrival at work, I am going to catch hell. I am most certainly going to have to sell something of value to offset this one as I got a little carried away. I ordered the following from B&H, which was miraculously all in stock considering the tough availability of those Panasonic lenses. (1) Olympus E-PL1 Champagne (1) Panasonic 45-200OIS Lens (1) Panasonic 20mm f1.7 Lens (1) Hoya 40.5mm Circular Polarizer That should take care of just about every shooting situation I can imagine. I have NO idea why I went and did this after making the decision towards the D5000 I got last week. I do still think however that it's not necessarily duplication as they are different tools in the end. The Olympus (or "cam cam" as my wife called it for the 2 days I had one before) is a little thing and with that 20mm could likely fit into a rather tiny case. I guess I just wanted to have all the bases covered. I will of course have the opportunity to work with it and if I for some reason find it unacceptable can still return it worst case. I don't really see that happening. Just depends on how bent out of shape my wife gets to some degree. Perhaps one of the board members had a good idea, they suggested I get it in my wife's hands to play with. Perhaps that may take the sting out of it. I'll be sure to post some results next week on the pictures forum once I've had a chance to wring it out a bit.