Hey all, I've been doing a bunch of reading, seeing some beautiful pictures, and been unable to contain my old fantasies of having a good camera. Currently I have none other than my phone, which takes acceptable pictures, but obviously nothing of real quality. I'm trying to keep it semi-low budget, but I want a good setup. I want to be able to stick it in a jacket pocket and carry it around. I was thinking the E-PM2 with the infamous Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 lens. I was also thinking about the 14mm f/2.5, but I love fast apertures for low light shots and crazy depth of field. However, buying both new from Amazon is going to run me just short of $800. Even if I can somehow find someone to buy the kit lens for $100, that's still a decent chunk of cash for a hobby. I've been looking around for E-PL2s, E-PM2s, and E-PL5s for a decent price... but they're hard to find! Ideally I'd love to snag an E-PL5 body for like $350 and the Panny lens for $250, but from what I've seen, that's a pipe dream. I've seen used E-PM2s for ~$220 and one of the Pannys for $280, which isn't bad... I'm the type of guy who likes to buy the best I can afford at the time. Cry once, smile forever... that sort of thing. I know a little bit about photography, like rules of composition, how all the settings work, and the general principles like white balance and all that. I've never taken a class, but I had plenty of friends back in high school and college who did, so I got to play with their DSLRs. I mostly shot in aperture priority and got fairly decent results with their (usually) kit lenses. Any recommendations about where I might be able to snag a good (hopefully black) E-PM2 or E-PL5 with a gently used Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 (or 14mm f/2.5)? I'd looooove to keep it under $700... any advice is greatly appreciated!