Hey guys, I have a few other things to get before I start diving into new lenses, but I thought it sensible to prepare a road-map for myself as there are times when I tend to impulse buy in a store! Right now I only have the 12-50mm Weatherproof kit that came with my E-M5, which I am happy enough with but it doesn't do everything I want (mostly, faster aperture and wider). I do like that it's weatherproof though (most of the others aren't, correct?) and the macro mode is great fun for someone who's never had anything like that before, but I'm not sure it really excels anywhere? Or maybe that's just my photography skills I am strictly a beginner hobbyist and my photos reflect that, but it's fun and I have some disposable income so why not! I mostly want something fast and wide for street photography/low light (I like the idea of getting into that), something wide and nice for landscape and something with a really nice bokeh for portraits. If one or two lenses could do all three of those that would be awesome too. I'd also be keeping what I've got for when it's raining/snowing and I think I might grab one of those super cheap Holga lenses just for a bit of fun. I think being able to cover all of those bases would give me a pretty nifty kit where I could cover anything I wanted to do. Any suggestions? Totally okay with either zooms or primes. Here are some examples of photos I've taken over the last couple of years. Like I said, it is very beginner so don't expect anything good! https://www.flickr.com/photos/flybeereligion/ Thanks!