so...I'm taking the OM-D E-M5 plunge soon and am trying to figure out the best first lens config to get. Scenario 1 Body + 12-50mm kit lens (price $1150) 17mm/f1.8 lens (price $350 after $150 MIR) Total $1,500 Scenario 2 Body + 12-50mm kit lens (price $1150) 45mm/f1.8 lens (price $250 after $150 MIR) Total $1,400 Scenario 3 Body only (price $950) 17mm/f1.8 lens (price $350 after $150 MIR) 45mm/f1.8 lens (price $250 after $150 MIR) Total $1,550 I mainly enjoy taking street pics and indoor photos of family/friends/pets. Which of these 3 scenarios above will put me in the best position to start? Note that I do also own these other lenses from my E-620 that I could get the adapter for if it's worth it...otherwise I was going to sell them: 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 (kit lens) 40-150mm f/4-5.6 (kit lens) 50mm f/2.0 1:2 macro 9-18mm f/4-5.6 I love the 50mm lens I have (100mm equivalent) if only for the fact that it's a lower f-stop and I can take great pictures in low light at night and indoors and get good bokeh. I get annoyed that it's too zoomed in though... Any suggestions would really make my day. If you have a suggestion I didn't list above, feel free to share!