I finally had a chance to look at the Fuji lens roadmap. What impressed me is the lens selection - in 3 years they're building a very complete range, despite them being a smaller manufacturer than either Olympus or Panasonic. High-end zooms: 16-55/2.8 and 50-140/2.8 (stabilized and weather-sealed). Mid-grade zooms: 10-24/4, 18-55/2.8-4.0 and 55-200/3.5-4.8 (all stabilized) Consumer zooms: 16-50/3.5-5.6, 18-135/3.5-5.6 and 50-230/4.5-6.7 (all stabilized) Long telephoto zoom: focal lengths not specified Fast primes: ultra wide (focal length not given), 23/1.4, 35/1.4, 56/1.2, plus the Zeiss 32/1.8 Slower primes: 14/2.8, 18/2.8, 27/2.8, plus the Zeiss 12/2.8 Macro: 60/2.4, plus the Zeiss 50/2.8 Granted, m4/3 still has more lenses (especially at the low end), but on the whole Fuji is filling the holes in their lineup at a tremendous rate. Compare it to where m4/3 was at age 3 (late 2010) and it's quite shocking - we had a single quality zoom, and maybe 2 fast primes. We still only have one mid-grade zoom. Of course, Fuji could fail to deliver on their promises for 2014 and early 2015, but so far they've been pretty much right on schedule. I guess one big advantage they have is not having to design release a new inexpensive kit zoom every 12-18 months! Still, I think Olympus and Panasonic could definitely learn a thing or two from Fuji's well-organized roadmap.