Having read a heap of views and checked images from the Olympus 75mm f1.8, I am determined to get one after selling: * [probably] my Panasonic 14mm f2.5. * Rokinon 85mm f1.4 [4/3 mount]. * And what was my first serious digital camera, the old Panasonic Lumix FZ30 [which produced one book cover and some nice performance poster pix]. The performance of the O 75 seems likely to totally eclipse the Rokinon 85mm in that tele range. And although I will lose just over 1/2 of an f stop, I will gain autofocus. Although I love the size of the P 14mm, I now hardly use it since getting an Olympus [4/3] 11-22 f2.8 — again fractionally slower but very versatile for what I use mustly use a wide — skyscapes and landscape. Also the image quality of the P 14 was slightly disappointing compared with my other Panasonic optics [particularly the P 25 and P 45 macro]. What I am not sure about about is whether to sell my original m43 body, the Olympus EP-2. I know they do not fetch much on the market and I hardly use it at all now. I feel that I have over-indulged in the last year on lens purchases and must settle down to learn more from what I have. Compared with the OM-D, the EP-2's limits of only 12MPx and poor performance over ISO 200 make it a last choice for any job. Can anyone think of a good reason to keep the EP-2? Thanks if you have read thus far.