I have never liked reflex cameras but when digital came along I went the D100,D200 then D300 route, as I progressed towards bankruptcy my interest in photography waned proportionally. The announcement of the Micro 4/3 seemed like salvation. I bought a GF1 20mm f1.7 and an EVF together with a Novaflex adaptor. So was it salvation? Yes, I was completely bowled over with the performance of the tiny sensor and the lens was superb. The EVF was a mixed blessing, still rather horrid but better then standing with arms outstreched hoping for a cloud to pass over the sun. Trying Nikon lenses in manual focus mode soon lost any interest. So now? Here comes the frustration. This camera is crying out for a wide angle prime and a short tele, 12mm and 40mm would be nice, both no slower than F2, and or a high quality zoom 12-40mm ish again F2. All fully dedicated to the camera system But there is nothing like these even on the far horizon. And the best accessory? A 37" Viera Panasonic TV. Brian.