Hi all...I'm planning to order an E-PM1 and am making some final decisions on my lens kit. I do mostly people/portrait/candid type photography and dabble in a little birding. On an APS-C system my most used lenses were a 55-300 type telephoto lens....and generally 2 primes...a Fast Fifty and a 70mm/85mm fast prime (depending on what system I was using) Basically this is what I'm thinking as a lens kit, and I welcome any input. 1) 14-42 - Kit zoom...no brainer 2) Olympus 45 1.8 - Looks like a fantastic portrait lens 3) Here's the first one I'm stuck on....either the Panny 20mm 1.7 or the Sigma 30mm 2.8. I like the wide aperture on the Panny....but 20mm on m4/3 seems a bit wide for a 'standard' prime when I'm used to a 50mm. The 30 seems alot closer but only opening to f/2.8 is a bit of a drawback. 4) Second dilemma I'm running into is deciding on the Oly 40-150 or the Panny 45-200. I like the reach of the Panny but I've read some reports that it gets really soft at the long end. I would like as much reach as possible. I did a quick search and couldn't find a discussion comparing these two and I kinda want to make a decision on this tonight as it will depend on which camera kit I order. Basically I am ordering an E-PM1 and Cameta has two kits, one with the 14-42 for $349, and also a 2 lens kit with the 40-150 for $465. Can't decide if I should get the single lens kit and get the Panny or just jump on the 2 lens kit. Any thoughts on these two? I'd like to get some input although I may not be patient enough to really gather some input and just might make a decision and fly with it. Anyway....thanks for reading!