Currently I have an EPL-1 with the kit lens, and two legacy Chinnon lenses (50mm 1.4 and a 28mm 2.8) This current setup is very good for most of what I do, but I feel it's too slow for some settings in which I find myself more and more wishing I had a more capable setup. That is, low light street-indoors-bar-clubs-parties, candid and/or "documentary" shots. The kit lens is too slow, and the camera can't autofocus most of the time. The legacy glass is pretty fast, but a lot of times I have to focus manually on distance "guestimates". And blurry shots are abundant. So I'd like to get better low light capabilities, and if possible more accurate autofocus. Option 1. I've been meaning to get the Panny 20mm and the EVF2 since I got my camera. This has been my goal and it's still my main option right now. But... Option 2 But lately I've been eyeing the XZ1 and it's low light capabilities, and reviews seem to be very positive all around. Which option you think will be better for lowlight, people documentary style? Option 2 has a good plus because it's more pocketable. Although that's not a deal breaker. I think performance or ability to make the shot is most important. Thanks.