Hey there folks! I've been a long-time dslr and film user but have been travelling more and have found that a dslr plus a bunch of zooms and primes was just too much to carry around... so last year i bought an lx3. It's a great little camera but i felt like i lost too much control so i've returned to the interchangeable lens world with an olympus e-pl1. I picked it up on saturday from a friend with a shop and after just a few days of playing around with it i'm in love. It was like i fell back in love with photography all over again. Even though the kit lens is a bit poorly built it takes pretty stunning photos - i was quite surprised as i'm usually a hater of kit lenses. I may upgrade someday but it seems like the options are somewhat limited right now. I'm waiting for my friend to get more Lumix 20mm f/1.7 lenses in his shop so i can pick one up... i know that will be on my camera 90% of the time and cannot wait for it. Anyways, i'm glad i found this place, hope to contribute a bit, and look forward to learning more about what is possible with this little beast. One thing i'm struggling with... i still have some of my canon lenses collecting dust - 50mm f/1.4, 28mm f/1.8, 70-300 IS. I'm thinking of selling the 50 and 28 but keeping the 70-300 and getting an adapter. I know i'll lose aperture control and autofocus but am curious to see if it could work well with the e-pl1. Anyone ever tried strapping one of those (or an equiv telephoto zoom) onto their e-pl1? I'm thinking maybe i should just sell that and the kit lens and buy the new 14-150. I think 300mm is about all the reach i really need out of a lens. Perhaps the 140-600 range would be fun with the canon though? I'd almost certainly have to use a tripod and even though i have a really nice one i hate bringing it out. In case you haven't noticed... i'm lazy and hate carrying much which is why i've found my new e-pl1. Haha. Let me know what you think!