With my interest in photography peaked and continuously growing I'm stuck with an issue - my G5 and me worrying about taking it into the elements. I often find myself wanting to snap pictures in some not so nice weather environments and don't want to ruin my G5 just because I had to have a shot. But, I am also faced with the tough issue of lenses. I recently got the Oly 45 and am blown away with it, so glad I ended up taking the plunge on this lens. The images it produces are nothing short of stunning - but then again you all already knew that... My reason for posting is I'm not quite sure which to do. Buy a OM-D for portability and weather sealing, or buy a new lens instead? If I bought a new lens it would most likely be one of the following: - Panny 25 f/1.4 - Oly 75 f/1.8 - Oly 12 f/2.0 Now the Panny and Oly 12 are about the cost of a used OM-D body here on the forums but the 75 surpasses the OM-D body in cost. However, the images and image quality that the 75 produces may be worth the extra cost to me. I took the time to take my Panny 45-150 lens out and did some shooting with it set at 75 for a few days and find that I actually use this focal length quite often. This leads me to believe that purchasing the 75 wouldn't be a GAS trap like some have fallen prey to. (Then again this entire post could be interpreted as GAS. ) For those of you that have two camera bodies, do you think it's worth it? When is it justified in your minds to have two?