Greetings fellow Four-thirders! Over the weekend I sold some things and have a bit left over to play with. I've been a big fan of how small/light M4/3 is (in fact, it was the main reason for switching from a full frame DSLR outfit)...so I want to maximize that...I want a pancake! When I was shooting Canon, I picked up a 40mm pancake for the heck of it...I didn't think I'd like the focal length, but I wanted to try it...I ended up loving it. Now, I want something ridiculously small for the OM-D. Oly 17 2.8 - not that much different from the Pan 14, but a little more expensive (here in Korea) and has weaker performance, and slightly larger...no point. Pan 20 1.7 - a great lens in a FL I love...but twice as expensive as the 14 and slightly larger/heavier...I can easily swing the money the 14's going to set me back, but the 20 might be a stretch to justify to myself. Pan 12-32 - I REALLY wanted this lens, it looks like a blast...a tiny little zoom. But I have a feeling it's going to come down in price once GM1 kit lenses, etc inundate the market. Plus, the black version carries a $90 premium in Korea, and I don't want the silver. That leaves the P14, which - aside from the ho-hum focal length - seems to be a solid choice. Sharp, fast enough, tiny. The focal length I'll either end up liking anyways (like I did with the 40 for Canon, which I originally hated), or sell the lens. Any reason why I shouldn't get the 14? Thanks in advance!