My personal holiday wish list has been fulfilled early (GH2, 14-45, multiple Rokkor/Minolta legacy lenses), I've decided to sell my entire, beloved LX5 kit (white, w/EVF, LWA52 adapter and v2 of the software) locally to help fund one, new and modern AF prime. I've heard great things about the PL 25/1/4, the PL 45 and the Olympus 45/1.8 (and have some reservations about the Oly 12/2 after reading about it). I shoot landscapes, most out and up in the Sierra, UT, AZ, that sort of place. Low light capability is fun/nice, but I usually don't shoot in it all the time. It's rather the quality and utility of the glass that I'm interested in and how it would apply. I spend a lot of time up on rocks, hanging from funny angles, etc.... so the AF is key, which is why legacies aren't always the best. Suggestions? ** On Edit ** Sorry, make that I 'had' a 14-45, but there was a particularly unfortunate incident at the beach where said lens was dropped into a sand/water mix w/no rear cap on it.