Yet another one of 'which lenses do I get' thread. I got some thoughtful responses on another forums as well, but I want to see what the users on this forum, dedicated to m43 think. I got my Oly Om-D couple of weeks ago from another member of this forum and enjoying it thoroughly as it clearly provides a small but capable camera. I am clearly more excited with it, than with my previous NEX 5n and 7 cameras. I use OM-D when I don't want to use my large full frame DSLR setup. Each of them has its own place, and it is not a complete replacement of my DSLR setup; rather, something I use at different times. Now one of the main reasons for my m43 OM-D is its small size. I refuse to put add-on grip and attachments on it, because it starts to defeat my purpose of it being a small and discreet and light camera. If that was my only camera, maybe. But since it is one of my several cameras, I don't want to add a grip etc, because at one point I might as well carry my DSLR. I even find 12-50 kit lens uncomfortable, too long on the body. I find my 45 1.8 perfect on OM-D and it is there 90% of the time. That is because I don't have anything comparable at the wide end, 12-50 is nice as a macro lens, but picture quality in terms of sharpness and separation is not in the same league with 45/1.8. I was all ready to get the Panny 12-35 F/2.8. Positives: it is weather sealed, it is black like my Om-D, it complements my 45 1.8 perfectly, and it is very convenient so I don't have to always change lenses. It also looks on some pictures (I have not handled it myself) shorter than 12-50 lens which is a plus in my book. I put it in my cart on B&H site but something stopped me from clicking: order. Negatives of 12-35 F/2.8 for me. Might it overweight my OM-D and be uncomfortable and not as portable? Its $1099 price. The fact that it is F/2.8 which is equivalent of F/5.6 depth of field on Full Frame. I did see a thread about a possible $200 off if you buy Panasonic GX1. Alternatives: there are 4: 12/2.0, 14/2.5, 20/1.7, 25/1.4. I was thinking 14/2.5 and 25/1.4 combo first. Positives: almost $400 cheaper than Panny 12-35. 14/2.5 is very small which is ideal. However 25 1.4 does not look that small in the pictures I've seen it. I personally have never handled it. 12/2.0 I am not sure if it is too wide for my needs, which would be mostly group shots in low light, people might look too distorted. 20/1.7 I used to own, and I am not sure if it autofocuses as fast as later m43 lenses, from what I remember of using it couple years before, it was also noisy when it af'd. So which route do I go? 12-35? 14 and 25? 12 and 25? 12 and 20? What other choices I have not considered? How else to address wide end?