A fair warning, I'm just trying to externalize some of my nonsensical thoughts. Every time I purchase something new as a result of GAS, the GAS doesn't go away; it gets worse. Let me 'splain... no... there is too much. Let me sum up. I was browsing the Olympus 60mm image thread and was just blown away. It got me thinking. I recently picked up the PL25 and it's everything I hoped for. Before that, the underrated 17/2.8 lived on my camera, even though I had the Oly 45. It's a great lens, but I just don't use it much. I get it out mostly for portraits, or shots where I want a short-tele with a small DOF (I usually stop down to around 2.8, or more, anyway). I rarely use it for low-light. When I sold all my regular 4/3 gear, and HG lenses, I imagined I could suffice with the 12-50 for my macro fun. It's just not cutting the mustard, since the ZD50 and ZD35 have spoiled me. Other than that, I really do like the kit lens. So my thought is, why not sell the 45 and get the 60? I can add 1:1 macro and weather sealing at the loss of about one stop. Also, being a bit longer than the 45, it seems that it may fair a little better for portraits (I can tone down sharpness in post). I can't afford to keep both at the moment. Well, that's probably incoherent, but I tried.