OK, so I picked up an EPL5 in January. The idea was to have a small high quality add-on to my Canon FF gear. But the inevitable has happened - I'm finding the IQ to be almost as good as a 5dii (to the point where it's small enough to be irrelevant for my output - which is generally on-screen and prints up to 16x20), and I'm REALLY liking the small size and weight. I know that FF gives better subject isolation (narrower DOF), has better AF for moving subjects and is a much better option with long lenses - but I don't do much, if any, sports shooting and the last time I used my 100-400 zoom was well over a year ago. I also reckon that with something like the 45/1.8 I can get enough isolation for portraits. So, I've crossed the proverbial Rubicon and decided to offload all my Canon gear. Now the fun bit starts - planning the new kit! My interests are mainly landscape, street, portraiture, low-light (gigs, theatre) and occasionally macro. My current MFT kit is an E-PL5 with 17/1.8 and the kit zoom (14-42). I'm going to add an OM-D for sure (in fact, just done a deal on one from a member here), but the lens choice is less clear to me. I'm not planning on keeping the kit zoom and whilst I'm enjoying the 17/1.8, I'm not averse to selling it if it doesn't fit into a logical place. So, these are my thoughts - I'm relatively new to the MFT world, so I'd really appreciate input/ideas/opinions from y'all (you can see I've been to Texas recently)! Wide options: Samyang/Rokinon 7.5 fisheye. Cheap, wide, good IQ, can be de-fished if need be. No filters Panasonic 8 fisheye. Twice the price of the Samyang, no filters. Panasonic 7-14. Expensive, good IQ, reasonably fast, no filters Oly 9-18. Reasonable price, not so wide as others, takes filters. A bit slow Oly 12/2. Expensive for what it is. Not very wide. Fast though. I'm tempted to go for the Oly 9-18 since it's fairly close to my 17-40L and I like the FL range and the fact that it takes filters. I tend to use it mainly for for landscapes and well stopped-down - so the f4-5.6 of the Oly I can live with. OTOH, I like some of the work I've seen with the Samyang and am tempted by that too. Low light options: Oly 17/1.8. I really like this lens. Happy to keep it. Pana 25/1.4. Looked at this when I got the 17, but rejected it because I was looking for a small lens. However, I might reconsider in light of my new plan and then get a cheaper and real pancake (Pana 14 or 20, Oly 17/2.8) for the E-PL5. I'm thinking that keeping the 17/1.8 is the best route. I quite like the 35mm equiv FOV, but that 25/1.4 is really tasty... General purpose fast zoom Pana 12-35. Seems a nice general purpose lens. Is there any other option without dropping to f4 or slower? Portrait Oly 45/1.8. Excellent IQ, reasonable price Pana 45/2.8. Don't know too much about it. Oly 60/2.8. Could double as portrait + macro, but maybe not wide enough for good subject isolation? Oly 75/1.8. Expensive, may be too long for some situations? The Oly 45/1.8 seems the best option, but the 60/2.8 might work too. Macro Oly 60/2.8. Some sort of legacy macro lens - e.g. Nikon 50 Extension tubes + the 45/1.8. I think the legacy route is interesting. I don't do a lot of macro so I like the relatively low cost of this option. Extension tubes might be a good idea too. Long zoom Oly 40-150 Pana 45-200 [EDIT] Pana 45-175 I don't do a lot of long-lens shooting so one of these reasonably-priced lenses seems the best option. Looking at reviews, it seems the 45-175 might be the best option. OK - so maybe I've listed almost every MFT lens available , but there IS a lot of choice. Thanks for any and all feedback!