Hey everyone, First post on here. I recently (this week) decided to sell my Canon dslr and lenses for a switch to the EM5. Like most others who have done the same, I was getting tired of all the bulk. This is especially true for me since I will be taking a 3 week motorcycle camping trip out West this September and didnt want to be encumbered with heavy wide angles, long telephotos, and fragile primes. There is a heavy importance for myself to capture/document this trip in the best way possible and I'm having trouble deciding on which lenses to get for this body. Lenses I have been considering: -Panasonic 20mm 1.7 -Panasonic 14mm 2.5 -Panasonic 45-200 4-5.6 The 20mm seems like a dream from what I've read and seen. This could be a lens that would rarely leave the body and has great light performance. But Im trying to decide if would be wide enough to capture the vastness of Montana, or the geology of Southern Utah. On the other hand, the 14mm Panasonic would be wide enough, but how well would be as a general purpose prime (If that is even a thing).? Additionally, I will most likely encounter situations where a telephoto zoom would be needed. I live in Philadelphia, and dont get chances to shoot wildlife or use a telephoto that often. However, I plan on seeing lots of wildlife like Buffalo, Birds, and Mountain Goats on this trip. I think I'd regret not bringing along a telephoto. So, basically, my question is; what would you bring? I havent even shot with this camera yet so I don't know the nuances of the EM5 yet. I keep going back and forth between the trade offs of the 14 and 20 as well. Ideally I'd buy all three, but I'm not sure if that is something I can afford before I leave in a month. Any advice or insight is greatly appreciated!