Hi everyone, First off I want to say this is a great forum for the information and in particular it's friendly members. Been reading posts on this forum for a while and decided to sign up due to the community here. My interest in photography has only sparked in the past few months and this forum and other online reading has aided greatly in building my knowledge. Decided on m4/3 due to the size of the gear and image quality. Looking to build my prime lens set up and interested to hear how others set up looks like and why they have chosen so. Currently own the Sigma 30mm and use this lens the most, purcahased to test if I felt comfortable using a prime lens and worked well with it's budget price and shallower DOF (compared to the kit lens). I am thinking of adding 2 more lens to complement my 30: 1. Oly 45mm 1.8 – I'm thinking of using this for portraits, when I need a longer reach and for subject separation (more so than my Sig 30). Great quality lens, not too expensive, and produces a nice shallow DOF when required. All reviews I have read have all been positive. 2. Oly 17mm 1.8 – I'm thinking of using this for landscapes and when I need a wider angle of view particularly indoor shots (sometimes the Sig 30mm is a little too narrow and I don’t have the space to step back). Read mixed reviews about the 17mm but from what I read from this forum many people who own it seem very happy with the lens but a bit expensive. I’ve tried walking around with the kit lens and trying out those focal lengths, and think I’m happy with these focal lengths but difficult to say until I actually have the primes. Will be using these mostly to photograph family and the occasional landscape and may print up to 16 x 20" size. Being new to photography I am keen to hear if my decision on the lens above is sound, what others experience with a similar set up is, what people use each of the their lens for, how much usage each of their lens gets (i.e. any redundant lens in their set up?). I know I'm going to receive different views from each person but I guess that's what I'm after as it may provide something I haven't considered before I make any purchases. Thanks in advance!