Hi everyone, I just bought a g3 but desperately need some advice. Previously I had a panasonic tz5 which had a 10x zoom and lovely 3inch lcd. I loved the compact size and features which at the time were considered great for a compact but realised that I wanted crisper more detailed pics and possibly the occasional bokeh effect. Well, after a lot of research this led me to the g3, compact size, much bigger sensor, lovely ergonomic feel in the hands, etc. I bought the body only package and have narrowed down my lens choice to either the panasonic 20mm f/1.7 or the new compact x 14-42 zoom. Coming from a compact camera my choice has always been to try and get a pretty compact lens. From experience with the tz5 I concluded that a 3x zoom is all I really need if at all that. I tend to shoot the general point and shoot stuff, holidays, family, pics at car/bike exhibitions etc. The 20mm has had excellent reviews and people say the results are very sharp, and great in low light, but the x 14-42 has the zoom capability in a small compact size. I've been agonizing over which to buy for ages because I can only afford one (they will cost about the same price here in the uk with panasonic cashback discount), and since I don't have any experience with lens could someone be kind enough to point me in the right direction. Oh, and by the way I usually only ever view my pics on a pc. As someone who shoots general stuff do I go for the 20mm which may produce sharper pictures(I think) or the x lens which has the capacity to zoom. Arghh!!!