hey guys! i'm going to rent some equipment for a reception in NYC. i already know all of the shortcomings of the 4/3 sensors having owned a 420, 620, and currently an e-p1. so the deal is that it's a super laid back event- my friend has seen my work and digs the "non-structured" style of my photography (photojournalistic?). i actually prefer primes and manual focus as having aperture and focus rings feels much more comfortable for me. anyway, here are the two options i'm trying to decide on: (feel free to offer other suggestions about lenses) package #1 e-p1 (own) zuiko 12mm (rent) zuiko 14-42 (own)... probably wouldn't get used. e-p2 w/ evf (rent) voigtlander 25mm (rent) rokkor 50mm (own) dig the idea of the evf for manual focus. have missed a few with the rokkor/ep1 combo in the past. package #2 e-p1 (own) panny 20mm (rent) zuiko 14-42 (own)... staying in the bag(?) e-p3 w/o evf (rent) zuiko 12mm (rent) rokkor 50mm (own) would love to use the e-p3 but am leary of trying to tackle the voigtlander without an evf. package #1 comes in @ $230 package #2 comes in @ $185 (hoping to keep it close to the $200 mark.) adding the voigtlander to package #2 and taking away the panny 20 would bring me in @ $205 but would lose the autofocus of the panny and would have me trying to manual focus the voigt. & rokkor without an evf... is it not that bad with the e-p3's new screen? if so, package #3 would be: e-p1 with the 12mm and 14-42mm (should i just stop listing this one?) e-p3 with the voigt. 25mm and rokkor 50mm coming in @ $205. thanks in advance guys!