Hi, I just ordered my first m4/3 (and ILC) camera. My old canon P&S stopped working recently. As I was battling to decide whether to replace it or upgrade and buy my first interchangeable lens camera, I saw a deal that I think is/was too good to pass on. Amazon warehouse had the GF3 + 14 mm pancake used for ~$250. I read several positive testimonials from people who have purchased camera equipment through amazon warehouse. That being said, what kind of things should I look for in checking to make sure there aren't any problems. It looks like the GF3 w/ the 14 mm is quite small and easy to carry around discretely, and dare I say almost pocketable? Its not clear to me yet what other lenses I'll want/need have a good all purpose setup. Prior to ordering the GF3+14 mm, I was considering the sony RX100 or the NEX-5n, as well as other ILCs which, would have cost substantially more money. Given this, I figure I saved between $250 and $400 with this deal (crucial in convincing my wife) that I would like to use to shop for a lens or lenses. The question is what lenses? I like taking landscapes, but I think the 14 mm will work well for this, and I like that the 14 mm will make this camera very compact. How much bigger will it be with the 20 mm? In addition to having a smallish prime to keep the camera compact and hopefully be generally useable, I would like to have a reasonable ranged zoom lens, and this might be all that I need initially. The Pz 14-42 mm is an interesting lens that seems to get very mixed reviews, especially with the blurry images at specific shutter speeds. How much of a concern is this? This lens is interesting because I think it will work nicely when my wife wants to use the camera, its small and compact, and I understand is excellent (silent) when zooming in movies. Sorry for the long post. I'm excited about this, as I've wanted an ILC for some time, and I'm reading a ton to learn as much as I can.