Hey guys, I recently purchased a GX80 with the 35-100mm 4.0-5.6 and 12-32 kit lens. I've been having a lot of fun figuring it out and learning more about photography. I've been noticing though that a lot of the time when indoors the camera wants to jump the ISO up to get a well balanced image. I have it capped at 3200, but even on a bright sunny day outside its looking for those higher ISO or slower shutters to get a good image. I've been looking at some lower aperture primes and would like some help. I'll start with what I shoot (though I'm totally new to photography). Kids - 4 month old and a 9 year old. Vacations - We take a yearly sun holiday, but this year we'll be taking a trip the US which will include NY, DC, Niagra falls. Museums, landscapes, family shots in the city. Family gatherings - My brother-in-laws wedding is next week, kids communions, etc. I have a one time road trip across the US coming up this year too. I would like to begin to shoot some wildlife, and some landscapes (mountains generally). So, I have planned to have the 12-32 as a regular walk about lens to keep things small so I will be more likely to keep the camera with me at all times. For our vacations and such I'm going to pick up the 14-140mm for use in the day time, and then I'd like to have one faster prime available for indoors or evening shots. So down to the prime selection. From reading I think I would be happy with 2 of the listed lenses in the title. I'm just not sure. I'd like to pick up at least one of them locally for my brother-in-laws wedding. Local prices for the Oly 45 is €329, for the P 42.5 is €399. For the 20 1.7 €299 and the 25 1.7 €129 (with rebate). I can pick them up cheaper if I buy from the UK, but I can't wait for one of them. The Oly is smaller and cheaper, but doesn't make use of the dual stabilization. It has a metric tonne of examples in the showcase thread. The P42.5 is a bit larger, but has the dual IS. It's more expensive. It doesn't have as many samples in the showcase. The 20 1.7 suffers from slow auto focus (not good for kids), but its smaller and is slightly wider giving a bigger difference between the two primes I'm thinking about. The 25 1.7 is larger, but significantly cheaper. Unlike the 20mm it doesn't have anywhere near the same amount of samples. Auto focus seems to be faster. So, yeah it was a wall of text, thank you for getting this far. If I'm way off with my suggestions please let me know, but I think the combi of 14-140, 12-32, 35-100, 42.5/45, 20/25 would do me for most situations indoors and outdoors, with lots or low light. I also don't want to break the bank, and these options are relatively inexpensive. thanks guys !