Hey Everyone, I've been enjoying all of the amazing photos from the shadows and finally decided to update my aging Olympus E-520 with a new OMD EM-10. I have a few questions about lenses, however. I am purchasing this camera mainly for product photography. I am a metalsmith/jeweler and have been forcing myself to better my photographic skills to make my artwork look the best it can possibly can. I currently use the old 14-42mm 3.5-5.6 ED lens on my Evolt and at f11 I get adequate depth of field and not too much noise. I think the new EM10 will solve all my problems. I really don't want to just buy the 60mm macro lens - I was thinking the 17mm and the macro converter might work? Any thoughts? I really want to treat myself and try and work with primes - but I can't afford tons of lenses at first. I'm going to buy the Olympus Four Thirds adapter so I can manually use my older zoom lenses - so...... that's my problem. I do want to branch out, artistically, however. I have a Master degree in Art from the University of Washington (in metalsmithing) and I dabbled in photography with my roommate while I was in school - hence the reason I don't want to simply purchase the macro. Any suggestions/help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks in advance!!