Not sure if this is a good place for this: http://blog.dpreview.com/editorial/2010/01/on-lenses-for-small-cameras.html So Andy from dpreview has written a good article discussing the lenses or types of lenses he'd like to see as well as an "op-ed" regarding the current lenses. My thoughts on this is that what he's asking for, and criticizing, is very introspective. There are many members on dpreview who believe that this camera is only being purchased by advanced photographers who are looking for a compact system that is close to DSLR quality. These types of photographers want primes, fast and small. I personally have nothing wrong with these types of lenses. However, we can't forget about the casual photographer either.. After looking at the lenses road map, especially from Olympus, it looks to me as if they believe that consumers want more zoom related type lenses that the more casual or novice photographer wants. When it comes to what consumers want, are primes what most users of mFT want or are more flexible zooms what most mFT users want? Does anyone really know? Does Panny or Oly know? I personally love the oly collapsable zoom. I personally would want a faster zoom that would be roughtly the size of Panny's kit zoom, if possible. I think the perfect all round walk about lens for my uses would be a mFT 14-45 2.8-3.5 lens. But it seems I may be in the minority here.