Although all of this is ultimately my decision, I have noticed that some on this forum enjoy expressing opinions and I would like to offer them an opportunity.:smile: Also, I sometimes miss the obvious. I’m thinking of finally selling off my Pentax DSLR and lenses (most of them) and making my primary system mu43. (This has been practically true for a while but I was hesitating.) So, I need some opinions: Lenses: I have the 14, the Olympus 14-42 II and the Lumix 45-200. I would like a longer prime like the 45 or the 60. I’m leaning toward the 60 because it has a bit more reach and the macro feature. Bodies: Now it gets hard. I currently have an E-PM1. One of my hesitations with going to mu43 exclusively was high iso performance. Like it or not, a lot of my shots are at 1600 and I could probably use 3200 more than I do. It just seems that my photo adventures lean toward lousy light venues. I was thinking about the Pentax K30 DSLR since the DPR raw shots are pretty good up to and including 6400. The EM5 samples seem pretty good at 3200, however, and I don’t really make big prints. Now, however, that new sensor will be in the EPM2 and the EPL5. I find I can shoot away happily on the E-PM1, so I guess I could just get the E-PM2, use the EPM1 as a backup and put the money toward lenses. (I also have a VF2.) The extra features of the E-PL5 don’t tempt me, but the EM5 is not all that big and the IBIS, weather-sealing AND those extra features make quite an upgrade. BTW, I have tried the Lumix bodies (G2) and I just didn't relate to it; hence my consideration is only for Olympus bodies. I typically shoot a little of everything except sports. Opinions?