I am continuing to help my friend prepare for her baby's birth, camera wise, even as I am brand new to m4/3 myself. She got a G5 with 14-42 and 45-150; a pretty good price, so she is happy with that. With a tight budget, if she were to invest in an additional lens right now, the Sigma 19 and Sigma 30 seem like the only options. The 19 seems like a versatile, everyday focal length. However, I'm wondering if she might find the angle of view too wide (also, since the kit lens already covers focal lengths starting at 14, I'm not sure if the Sigma 19/2.8 is fast enough to give a whole lot of advantage over the kit). Having 2.8 at 30mm seems like a nice option, where she could get some shallower DOF and a fairly flattering focal length for portraits. That being said, 2.8 isn't super fast and she might be better off saving up for a faster prime. Thoughts?