In the next couple of weeks, I will have approximately 1500.00 dollars at my disposal for camera gear. I need a second camera body but I would also like to add a few more lenses. I currently shoot a Panasonic GF-1 and several lenses including the 20 1.7, the 14 2.5, the Olympus 14-42 zoom, and the Panny 45-200 zoom. I am very interested in the Olympus EP-3, but I am really leaning towards getting another GF-1 and spend the rest of the money on new lenses. I shoot documentary and street almost exclusively. I was initially drawn to the EP-3 for the cleaner images at higher ISO's and it's fast autofocusing speed, but for what I shoot, I am seriously thinking about just getting another GF-1 body and the new Olympus 12 and 45mm lenses. Since February, I have gone with owning just one camera body- something I do not ever, ever like to do. So, I am really impressed with the Olynous 12mm lens with it's relatively fast aperture and "snap mode". I think it would be ideal for street shooting. And I really would like a fast, short portrait lens like the new 45. So, here is my main question- will I lose any significant focusing speed by using the new Olympus lenses on my GF-1's? Will there be any other problems I may encounter? The only real complaint I have about the GF-1 is of course, the EVF, which I constantly use. But, I have learned to live with it. Or, does anyone think I should maybe go ahead and pursue the new EP-3. Any advice would be much appreciated.