So I'm a DSLR shooter and I've test drove an OM-D and I'm about 99% ready to make the jump. I guess I'd consider myself an all-rounder amateur shooter, I generally do landscape, city, travel, portrait, family events (nothing professional and no weddings), and miscellaneous "fine art" (maybe not so fine) type stuff. I don't do sports or wildlife shooting. For my landscape and cityscape stuff, I don't mind doing panorama, so I think I'd be okay without a super wide angle. I'd like to get into street photography, but don't have any experience with it currently. I also should state that I live a block away from lensrentals, so if I need a long telephoto, macro, ultrawide or w/e for a specific project, it's pretty easy for me to pick up. I'm looking for opinions on building an OM-D kit based on three prime lenses. I don't really care for any of the zoom lenses. My total budget is around $3800, but that's inclusive of body, grip, flash, extra batteries and SD cards, and other misc expenses. I may be getting GASSY but I feel like the 75mm F/1.8 is a "must have" based on the images that I've seen with it. Currently looking at: -17mm, 45mm, 75mm. This is probably my #1 option at this point. Only thing that leaves me any doubt is leaving out a normal lens, but I feel like the 25mm is very close to both the 45mm and 17mm. Bonus points for being all silver -14mm, 25mm, 75mm. This gets me wider, gets a true normal, but there is a big gap from 25mm to 75mm. But this is a lot like an old-school SLR kit which often had 28mm, 50mm, and 135mm lenses. Or I could also leave out the 75mm and do 14, 25, 45. Or equivilent setups with the 12mm instead of the 14mm. -20mm, 45mm, 75mm. I like this idea but I feel like I would at some point want to go wider than 20mm. Any suggestions? Should I have my heart set on the 75mm, or is it more of a limited use thing? As a side question, for those of you who have switched from big setups, do you keep your monster tripods, or downsize into something smaller? Will a smaller travel tripod be able to stabilize an OM-D very well? Thanks.