I recently acquired Oly E-PL3 and I love it so far. Started off with 14-42 IIR kit lens, I've added Panny 20mm since then. I tend to do 90% of my shots on scenes, either during trail walks or within cities. About 80% of my shots are taken during the day but I do end up taking the rest of the shots during darker hours. I also like taking macro shots of flowers, etc, so I have a 5x diopter for this. (cannot justify the cost of the dedicated macro lens yet). I do not use tripod - too much bulk even in its smallest form. So far, I've been using 14-42 as a default lens most of the time and flip to 20mm when there isn't enough light. Pretty happy with the results so far. I don't seem to enjoy switching lenses in the middle of the walk, so I don't think a group of primes will work for me, even if that setup has an edge in IQ. I also use 20mm when I need a compact setup - in such trips, I would leave the bag behind and carry the camera either in a small pocket case or just in a coat pocket. I carry all of my setup in a light shoulder bag that is quite small. Very easy for me to just pick it up on my way out. I want to continue this with the new setup - no need to worry about what to bring and what not to. But the size of the bag needs to be as small and light as possible, hence I don't want to end up with huge number of lenses. Things I wish my current setup could do better: - 14mm appears to be a bit too limiting. I like panoramic scenes of nature views. I don't want to stitch photos all the time, and besides I can see where photos are stitched in most cases. - 42mm is also too limiting. Once in a while, I do encounter wildlife opportunities but with 42mm, it's hopeless. Heavy heavy cropping. This is what I am looking to do: - Get Oly 14-150mm, sell 14-42. - Get Oly 9-18mm (I want to try Panny 7-14 but it's so expensive!) - Also potentially looking at 14-42X lens when I still need some flexibility but not the bulk of 14-150. What do you guys think? Can anyone think of any alternatives?