Hi all, I just picked up an OMD, and am having a great time with it. I am a regular, family guy. Not a pro or anything. Lots of family pics, scenery, whatever. I am used to just having a camera, and one lens -- a zoom. With the OMD I currently have the kit lens (12-50), along with the zoom lens (14-150), and the Panasonic prime 25. I'm still sorting out which one I like and will swap some out later, I assume. I like the idea of one lens that stays put (maybe the Panasonic 12-35?). However, I really like the 25mm I currently have, for it's low light, quick response, and blurred backgrounds. What I can't grasp yet, is if you have a few prime lenses, and you are going to a evening dinner party, what do you do? Do you just roll the dice and pick one lens for that event, or do you take your camera bag with a few lenses and swap 'em out throughout the night? Seems like a hassle. What if you are going to Disneyland or something. I'd rather have only one lens, and not deal with the extra lenses and bag, however, it might be nice to have a 75mm and a 20mm or whatever. Seems to me, that if I get a few prime lenses and ditch the zooms, that I may miss a lot of shots since I didn't have the right lens at the right time. And the beauty of the OMD is that it is small...easy to lug around. Does any of that make sense? ha. Your "everyday, regular, family man" type thoughts would be much appreciated. I'm thinking that maybe I should try the Panasonic 12-35mm, but it costs so much, and the reviews aren't all that exciting. Thanks in advance, and thanks for whoever runs this site. Very helpful! Johnny.