The title says it all: Oly 45mm f/1.8 or panasonic 25mm f/1.4? I have the 12-50mm kit lens and the new E-M5. I'm very satisfied with the camera, but I really feel like I should have gone with a different lens. I don't want to get rid of the 12-50mm because the power zoom and weatherproofing have significant value for what I end up doing. I am should be able to buy a new lens by August. I want to be able to take clear portraits indoors with nice bokeh. Which draws me to the 45mm. But I'm afraid that if I go for it, I will still be frustrated with using the kit lens for low light, and indoor shooting situations. (night shots in the city, restaurants, etc...) I like the looks of the 25mm, it's more expensive, but the lens is faster... Low light performance is good... And it's a high quality all around lens. The only thing I am really worried about is having to get up in people faces to take decent portraits. I volunteer for an organization that does a lot of charity events and Banquets and stuff and I want to be able to take portraits of people giving speeches, being served food, interacting with each other, etc. I'm willing to spend a bit more If the lens will provide more versatility and quality. but I don't want to lose the ability to take portraits from a moderate distance. I think the ideal setup would be something like the 25mm along with the upcoming 75mm... I'm drooling over the upcoming 75mm, but I simply won't be able to afford it when it comes out... furthermore, I'm not positive that it will be versatile enough to be my only other lens.... I certainly won't be buying anything else for a whole if I buy it. is the 45mm a good middle ground? or will I just be limiting myself either way? I have a feeling that the 25mm is better for all around photography, and the 45mm is more ideal for portraits. Thanks in advance.