Now my wife says she wants a compact camera body. But the kicker is that she has this irrational hatred against Panasonic cameras. This is based on some bad experience with one 6 years ago. I cannot talk her into a GM1, I've tried (Because I want to be able to borrow it!). Even though it seems like a no-brainer given that I have 7 m4/3 lenses already. So she really seems to like the Samsung NX mini, both for the size and the style. It comes in mint green. She really seems to favor the fast normal prime when she has used my cameras, and the Samsung has a reportedly very sharp 17mm f1.8 (= 46mm equiv) for $200. The camera comes with a tiny 24mm equiv pancake. So with that in mind, and given that I could borrow the camera, would you think I should sell my 25mm f1.8? I don't use it terribly often and mostly bought it because she likes the normal primes (and of course she won't use my Panasonic GX7 now). I have the 15mm, 45mm and 60mm aside, so 25mm was kind of close there in the middle anyway. Seems like having access to a 24mm equivalent prime would be handy for me, too, since my widest prime (Aside from fisheye) is the 15mm.