Hi all, I've been a Canon shooter since the 300D came out, and my main 'rig' has been a Canon 5D mark II since it came out, with a pretty full bag of glassware. I love the quality it gives me, and I'm not getting rid of the kit for most of my traveling (when I'm shooting nature/landscape I'm willing to pay the weight penalty of traveling with a 5D, 24-105, 100-400 and one or two small manual focus primes). However I increasingly find myself leaving the camera at home for less 'exciting' or unique destinations, or just for everyday shooting. It's too big, too heavy. On top of that, I was recently burgled and my LX3 'backup' cam that went everywhere with me. Still waiting on the insurance payout. I recently sold my second 5DII (bought as backup for my last big vacation to Antarctica) for a couple hundred less than I paid, and picked up a red GF2 with 14/2.5 panny lens as a kit (at 300 euros it seemed like a no-brainer). I'm planning on getting the E-M5 with the liberated funds once it becomes a little easier to get a hold of and building a moderate lightweight kit. If all goes as planned, I'll be taking the lightweight kit on the backpacking/camping vacation to Italy and Morocco later this year. Priorities for me are compact size when it comes to glassware. Thoughts on lineup: - 14/2.5 (have it) - 20/1.7 (I like fast 50's on full frame) - Oly 45/1.8 (fast, cheap, portrait length) What I'm debating is the 'zoom' option. I love shooting my primes, but when traveling I do sometimes prefer having the option of shooting with zooms, particularly good light where speed is essentially irrelevant. Right now, I'm drawn to the Panny 14-42X zoom, maybe the Oly collapsible kit zoom. The OM-D's 12-50 looks decent on paper, but makes for a non-pocketable combo. I'll probably also get some adapters to try out the Zeiss (Planar 50/1.4 and Distagon 35/2.8) and Leica R (28/2.8, 50/2.0, 70-210/4.5), maybe Pentax (50/1.7 and 50/2.0) for interests' sake, but my primary goal is lightweight and compact and maximum quality within that scope, for a reasonable budget. Any comments or thoughts on the lineup? I'm not a huge telephoto shooter, so 90mm for equivalent should be plenty for the majority of my shooting, although a 'cheap' telephoto for vacationing purposes may be a fun add-on eventually.