Hey all. I recently sold all my legacy 4/3 gear, with the exception of my trusty 14-54mm mk.II (and FL-36R... and RM-UC1) in anticipation of the EM-5 finally being what I was looking for to move over to :43: fully (I have the E-PL1 as well). Along with the 14-54, I had the wonderful 11-22 and the spectacular ZD50. Already missed. The 14-54 would mostly hover in the mid-focal ranges (~20-30mm) and was nearly always stopped down between f/4 - f/8. The 11-22 was my 11mm prime with the convenience of a 2x zoom. The 50 was used every time I didn't need a shorter focal length. My dilemma: Should I go all native, or keep the one legacy lens? The initial plan was to go with the EM-5, get the MMF-3 and acquire the Oly 45 at a later date (as well as the Panny 20mm and Oly 12mm). The 12-50 didn't strike me as a "want" for many reasons. It's not a bad lens, but it's optically inferior (not by too much) to my 14-54. On the other hand, it's better than the 14-42 on the E-PL1, and I've always been pleased with the results from that kit. My local shop is willing to split a kit so I can buy the body only, but they don't have the MMF-3, and don't know when they'll get one. I talked with Olympus America today, and they said the rebate is only applicable when the adapter is on the same invoice as the EM-5. It seems that I might lose $180 to keep the 14-54. If I sell the 14-54, I could manage a good chunk of change (the high end of what they're being sold for) as it's nearly mint. I could then get the 12-50 kit to cover my weather sealed, macro and wide-angle needs. The Oly 45 is an easy next step, and picking up the Panny 20 is only a matter of waiting until I have the funds available (when I get my mileage reimbursement for work later this month). The Oly 12 would be an early Christmas gift to myself. I'd then use the rebate for the MF-2 (I have a small collection of lenses for my OM-10) My dream kit would be those three primes, weather sealed... oh well. I am leaning toward the 12-50, but it's just teetering. I really am undecided. I'm open to all rationale and reasoning to push me one way or another. My [camera system's] fate is in your hands.