OK what I currently have in the bag is: GF1 LVF1 14-45 20/1.7 25/1.4 45-200 FL-360 Now the GF1, LVF1 and 25/1.4 are the foundation stones and are going nowhere! I don't do much long lens work any more so I think the 45-200 is plenty good enough to see me through the occasional need. So my main absentees are a WA and Macro. I've been contemplating cashing in the 20/1.7, 14-45 and FL-360 and maybe getting the 14/2.5 and PL45. This would give me a WA, normal, macro and long (ish) tele. Does this sound a sensible option? Otherwise, which way would you go? My main driver is a strong preference for primes. So I'm thinking these three lenses (14,25,45) will cover most of my requirements. I know many would think me crazy for parting with the 20mm, and I'd be more than happy to hold onto it - as it takes up little space - but the PL25 is virtually welded on my body and makes a comfortable normal for me. And, yes, the 12/2 would be sweet in the bag, but I fear if I sold off the 20/1.7, 14-45 and FL-360 then it would be all I walk away with. Finally I have heard much talk about the wide end of the 14-45 equalling the IQ of the 14/2.5. So does this mean my only gains are a stop and a bit of light gathering and about a third of the size and weight? Having said all this, I'd not be devastated if I kept it all intact, but would be interested in opinions on my options.