Since starting m4/3s I've had fun acquiring nearly 30 lenses. But, not all fit me nor do they pair well with each other. At this point in time I want minimal lenses. I want them to be small if I'm sticking with m4/3s and not going FF. I want it cheap but I want sharp lenses and some separation and creamy bokeh. So, if all my gear were stolen, I might end up with the following: PM2, 12-32, 20, 50, 85, 135, adapter, and a focal reducer. PM2 has OMD sensor and IBIS and is good and small. $200 12-32mm is tiny, sharp, and wide. $300 20mm f1.7 is a fast, small, wide-normal lens good for everything. $300. (The following 3 lenses you choose one mount: Pentax PK, Canon FD, or Nikon. 50mm f1.8. They're so small and sharp you might not need the 45 for portraits. $50 85mm f1.4 Rokinon. Large, but this eliminates the desire for the expensive 75. If you go FD you'll need the smaller Canon 85mm f1.8. Either $250 135mm f3.5 (or f2.8). Usually sharp on m4/3s. Paired with 85 you won't need a m4/3s tele zoom. $50 Adapter to mount the 50, 85, and 135. $20 Focal Reducer. I have two Roxsens and they're decent. $100 35mm f1.2. The 50 on the focal reducer. $FREE 60mm f1.0. The 85 on FR. $FREE 90mm f2.5. The 135 on FR just became more useful. $FREE Total Spent: $1300 The 12-32 will give you wide angle landscapes and in tight spaces. 12mm at f3.5 is not much harder to hold in dark buildings than the 14 at f2.5. Plus, you have the 20/1.7 which will be just as good. The 50 on the FR gives you 35/1.2. Maybe you won't need the 42/1.2 Noctricron if you have this much cheaper set up. All the portrait lengths give you nice bokeh, but even moreso with the focal reducer, possibly eliminating expensive desires for that new tiny Sony FF. Just thought I'd share!