Hi All, I am pretty determined to buy a Panasonic GF2 (I own LX3 so not in real hurry), I don't expect it to have IBIS like Olympus and need fast Auto Focus on my core lens(es) - so native :43: lenses (available or on the available roadmaps) will determine my direction (and I go for this format given balance between compactness and IQ at affordable price levels, so native lenses sounds logical to me). But which lenses set should I aim for? - I saw many threads on single lenses, but didn't find one what is the right set. One complication / background information: - For my analoge Canon SLR I initialy went for 28-80 + 75-300 (10 years back), but soon I bought Tamron 28-200, because I didn't want to change lenses every time. My main applications will be kids outside (street, holiday), kids inside (playing, party) and for sure some dedicated kids portrait. - Currently I am thinking of 20 mm F1.7, 45 mm F2.8 and 14-140 mm, but that all together is going to be pretty expensive for me... (and external flash?) Two Questions / Requests for advice: How many set combination are possible (within total reasonable budget, assuming above example being the upper limit or even just beyond)? Which set would you advice me (and why)? PS: Almost sounds like forming of government after recent elections in the Netherlands requiring at least three parties to get over 50% of the seats.