Ok, so I had a G5 and a nice set of three lenses. The PL25, P12-35 and P35-100 f2.8s Now the G5 is a fantastic camera, and all lenses above are outstanding when it comes to image quality, but strangely enough I found myself using the 25 about 80% of the time, and the 12-35 the rest. The 35-100 never really saw the light of day. It was just something about the way the 25 rendered the image. So, I decided I would take the leap and go all prime, with the thought that it would force me to think a little more about my subject and composition. So I went to the local bricks and mortar store and traded in my G5 and the 12-35 for an OMD,(just to get the IS), OL12 f2, OL45 f1.8. Yesterday was the first day I used the new setup in anger using only the 45. (trying to get familiar to one lens at a time). I took my favorite subject with me, my 10 month old son Aaron, so here is just a few shots from the day. Olympus menus are terrible but I am loving the retro feel of the omd. Oh and I have the 35-100 up for sale.