Just one of those useless hypothetical questions but I often find myself questioning Olympus's choices in what/how they make lenses. The 17mm 1.8 appears to be a average lens, not as bad as some people make it out to be but also not as good as most hoped for (45,60,75 standard). Therefore why the metal body? I think a weather sealed body similar to the 60mm macro would have been better and made a great outdoor combo with the 60mm. So the question is: IQ/Price staying the same would you have preferred a plastic weather-sealed body over the metal (snapfocus) one Olympus went with?