I hope all of you are doing well in these strange times we live in! I'm starting to think long range about travel again, and I'm starting to eye some zooms. Normally I'm a prime guy for everything but wildlife, but for traveling zooms are super convenient. I currently shoot Olympus bodies, but I don't buy for a second the people who just say "shoot the brand of lenses that matches you bodies", I love my PL100-400 on my EM1ii. I've had the O12-40 2.8 in the past, but found for travel it was just a bit short on the long end for an everyday travel lens. That pointed me at the 12-100, but that's a much bigger lens than I'd like to carry for some situations (I do a lot of cycle touring when I travel). Partially because of the cycle touring and partially because of where I travel, weather-sealing is a big deal, which is why I'm looking at these two lenses. Does anyone have experience with both on an Olympus body? Not sure if I'd really miss the 60-100 range or the sync-IS abilities with the f/4 or if that is partially made up by the fact that I wouldn't need to carry a 12mm f/2 prime to cover interior shots with the faster wide end on the PL. Thanks in advance!