I recently bought a GF-1 with the 20mm pancake lens. I've also ordered a Canon FD 50mm f/1.4, but haven't gotten it yet. I see no sign of stopping. I used to have a Nikon (film) SLR, don't ask me what model, it was a long time ago. I also had a Mamiya 6, which is a really sweet camera. I sold them about 15 years ago, and only after committing to significant lenses on the Nikon did I realize I really wanted faster lenses. The Mamiya only had three possible lenses, and they weren't as fast as I wanted either. This time, I decided to go fast first and go with two primes. I love zooms, am used to them, and will quite possibly regret not having one on vacation, so it'll be interesting to see how long I can hold out without one. I gave away my old point-and-shoot, a Canon SD 700 IS, so you can imagine I'm really impressed with the GF-1. Oh, and my camera's PINK. Well, not that shade of pink, but the pink was important. I like my items to stand out from the crowd. I know this makes me shallow, but there ya go. I've considered picking up an EPL1 in blue as well, maybe getting the zoom on it. Who knows. Three pictures from the GF-1: Normally, I'd have changed the focus area, but we were at a cat rescue shelter and the cat wasn't cooperating: Jasmine from our garden: I also collect fountain pens, so I try to take photos of my pens to document them. This one's a Ferrari da Varese, made from sterling silver and mother of pearl. Alll shot in JPEG and uploaded to Flickr in actual size. Next time I'll use the polishing cloth on the silver before taking the picture.