Ok, so my wife is heading to NYC for the weekend on a girls' trip, and has generously (haha) offered to let me squeeze a new lens into the budget for my (relatively) new G2. I'm torn as to what lens I want though, I've already got the 14-45 that came with my G2, and the 20mm 1.7. I've also got a Nikon 50mm f/1.8 (left over from my Nikon days) with an adapter that I've used on a few occasions, but I have to admit that having to manually focus means that it rarely gets pulled out of the bag. I *love* what I've seen from the 45mm PanaLeica lens... And I do have a serious affinity for portrait work, particularly natural light portrait work, so the f/2.8 of the 45mm would be awesome. And I'd love to do more macro/closeup photography too. However, I *would* also love to do a bit more nature photography too, so the 100-300 could be a candidate for that, though this thread on the 100-300 seems to point to at least one person who is having trouble with the 100-300 with moving targets (and yeah, this is probably something that would bother me too). I guess I'm torn between getting what by all respects seems to be an AMAZING fixed focal length lens, vs increasing my focal length options dramatically with a big ol' zoomer. I'm open to other options as well, if anybody has any suggestions (note: it should either be available at B&H in NYC, or at another reputable storefront in NYC so my wife can pick it up when she's down there... We're in Toronto). I don't do a lot of landscape shooting, though I think that's something I might want to do more of, so in that case am I better picking up the 7-14? I'm just very torn, this is the first time the wife has really given me carte blanche on a new lens (I survived with just my 50mm f/18 and 18-200 on my D300), so I want to make sure I make the best decision I can. Lol. I'd be THRILLED to have any advice at all, really, from anybody who's owned/used any of these lenses, or any Panasonic owners who can make any suggestions (or Oly users too, though your experiences will likely be different from mine what with the built in OIS of your bodies).