My second bag review! I had the GF1 with 20mm and the 45-200. It fit very nice in the Lowe Pro EX120 I purchased the 14-45 to fill the gap, and thus, outgrew that bag. Keeping to the smallest case to fit everything, I came up with the camcorder intended Clips 140, $30 at amazon. It is longer, wider, but not as deep as the camera based bags which I think works well for M43. It fits everything close, but I did have to use the divider from the EX120. It can fit with either the 20 attached: Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) or the 14-45 Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) I'm sure you could rip out the middle divided and throw the body with the 45-200 attached if you really need too in a pinch. There are twin velcro closed side pockets. One snugly fits the battery charger (without cord...waiting on this to save space) and the other easily fits 2 spare batteries. The front pocket has several slim cubbies. I store a filter in case, clean cloth, the cord, spare sd card and the sd reader. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) The bag holds everything I need as well as the manual! The main storage angles out, leaving enough space to slide the manual behind or underneath. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) It also has a strap, but no belt loop. I was hoping for something just big enough for my needs, and this works great. I would prefer something that allows the body to store with any of the 3 lenses, but that would require a bigger bag, so no big deal.