Hi everyone! Christmas is coming, and would be the perfect time to add a new lens to the collection. The problem is that I cannot decide which one :smile: The first interchangeable lens I had was the Zuiko 14-42IIR that came with my E-PL3. The camera is gone, but the lens is still with me. Quality was fine at the beginning, until I decided to buy the Zuiko 45mm Suddenly, the images I was taking with the zoom looked poor to my eyes compared with the little 45mm. After a while, I decided to jump into the newly released (at the time) E-M10, and with the new camera came a second hand Lumix 20mm pancake. At that point I became so spoiled with the rendering and the sharpness of that lens that I almost stopped using the zoom, and I found myself going out just with the two primes. Even the looks of the Zuiko don't seem so special anymore, and I started to understand what the people mean when they say the zuikos render a more "clinic" image, while the lumix are a bit more "organic". Definitely, I am on the "organic" fanclub. After some months with this gear (Zuiko 14-42IIR, 45mm and 20mm) and a few trips, I realized that I could shot almost everything with the 20mm (even environmental portraits). I really like the 40mm focal length but (there is always a "but" ) with this lens I was missing some wide shots. I have the zoom for that but, as I explained before, those pictures look bland to me. Changing lenses in the street is also not my prefered choice, but I became kind of used to do it. So here are my three possible choices for my next lens: 1) Buy the Lumix 12-32 to use when I need something wider, or for those occasions that I prefer to use a zoom. However, I was very close to buy one second hand a few months ago but, when I saw some pictures taken with that lens, I cancelled the purchase. I am pretty sure that copy was decentered, but now I feel I bit skeptical about the quality of the lens. 2) Buy the Lumix 12-35 f2.8 (second hand). With this lens I hope to have the same quality and rendering I obtain with the 20mm, with the versatility of a zoom. However, I am afraid despite the price tag, this lens is not going to have that special rendering I appreciate so much in the Lumix 20mm. 3) Buy the Panaleica 15mm. This lens seems to be perfect. Better rendering, less purple fringing, no banding on the E-M10, faster focusing and wider to cover those shots I cannot take with the 20mm. However, the jump from 40mm to 30mm seems quite big, and I am afraid it may be too wide for me (I do not shot much at 28mm with the zoom, to be honest) Its price in Europe does not help either, TBH Obviously I arrived to this point because I read so much about these lenses that I became enormously confused. I would like to hear (read) your thoughts, maybe your experience will help me to find the right lens. Thanks!!