Just wrapping up a week in Orlando with the family. Hollywood Studios, Universal Islands of Adventuer/Harry Potter, and Seaworld, and some visits to retired relatives. I brought four lenses: 14/2.5, 20/1.7, 45/1.8, 40-150 I also brought a wrist strap, shoulder strap, small camera bag, large camera bag and cargo shorts. After trying a number of variations during these theme park trips, I found the best carry system was a shoulder strap (camera bags just slowed evrything down too much and added bulk) and, at most, a second lens, battery, SD card and lens pen in a sealable water proof 1 gallon glad bag in the cargo shorts. The bag was in case of flume rides, etc. For visiting relatives, I brght the full bag, but mainly used the 14 or 20 for group shots. As for lenses at the theme parks, by far the most used was the 14mm. I just always wanted to get wider. I tried the long telephoto for outdoor shows at Seaworld, but stayed almost entirely on 40mm, as the theaters are small, and the orca and dolphin action too quick to track effectively on the long end of LCD shooting. I eventually just moved back to the 14 again. The 20mm was second most used, especially in the Harry Potter stuff, which was dimly lit. Another reason to shoot wider is that environmental portraits are really key for theme parks like these, it seems to me. An isolated portrait just doesn't add meaning. Wide shots brought in all the fun. Therefore, the 45 was rarely touched. If I could do it over again, though, I think the 9-18 would actually be better, and/or the 12mm/2.0. Maybe the 9-18, 40-150 (i did take some wildlife shots, including an alligator we found in the wild near my dad's house) and 20/1.7 would be the three I would bring if I went again. Even a fisheye would be a lot of fun. May post some pics later, but anyone else have any thoughts/experience on family shooting at Theme parks? One thing for certain - m43 compact system size is hard to beat.