I'm going back and forth on kids event shooting. I've used a DSLR with good glass before, and it's certainly great. But then the camera just sits around all the rest of the time gathering dust. I don't use them for anything else. I looked at my indoor event shots (b-ball, gymnastics, plays, etc.) and find that I spend most of the shots between 50 and 200mm. So, until m43 comes out with a 25-100/2.0 (or 1.8) zoom, I need to find something else. I just picked up an a7. Fun camera, but the lenses I would need would be maybe the 70-200 f/4, which is expensive and borderline fast enough (even with high a7 ISO) The f/2.8 pro zooms are too slow, and I have changing lenses. So, my thinking is -- two m43 bodies and three lenses -- the PL25, O45 and O75. I think depending on where you are seated, you only need two of the lenses (O45 and O75 if you are further away, and PL25 and O45 if you are closer up). This is still cheaper than a dedicated DSLR, and the same price of maybe even a little cheaper than the SEL70-200 (I already have one body, the PL25 and the O45, so I'm only adding in the cost of an EM10 or GX7 + O75). And I can repurpose those lenses for any other use -- travel, hiking, etc. The one upside of a big-arse DSLR with a white lens -- last week when I was asked to take "the" team picture at bball, I couldn't get the eager parents to clear out with my little GX7. If I have a monster DSLR and lens, that labels you "official" and causes people to give you room, lol. Thoughts/comments/experiences??