After upgrading to GX7 I want to get some proper lenses too, so far I have been using Panasonic 14-42mm (sold for extra cash) which I was never happy with because of lack of sharpness and legacy lenses (Revuenon 50mm f 1.8, gave it away because it's very soft till f 4 and slow to manualy focus, Yashica ML 50mm f 2, love the lens to bits for very good sharpness and easy to focus and very contrasty and Yashica DSB 28mm f 2.8, not very sharp and issues with flaring, really bad gosting). My budget is not very big (about 300 bucks) so I can't afford new lenses (except if I get the Sigma lenses) and I will be happy to get used ones if I can afford. I could wait, but as John Snow says: Winter is coming, and it's a long time 'till spring. I was thinking to get the Sigma 19mm f 2.8 DN and Sigma 60mm f 2.8 DN (would go wider but that leaves a bigger gap between the focal range) or Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f 2.8 (the f 1.8 is out of my budget) and Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 45mm f 1.8. I need a good portrait lens (not specifically for indoors) and a general purpose wide-ish prime. I would get Panasonic Lumix G 14mm f 2.5 as I love the lens and the focal range but is to wide for portraits indoor, so I might get it as a third lens (or just go for Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 9-18mm f 4-5.6 for landscapes). The Panasonic Lumix G 20mm f 1.7 is a very lovely lens, even though a big slow to focus, but still a bit more expensive, most of the time, then the Sigma 19mm f 2.8 DN and Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f 2.8. I love the pancake format of the Panasonic primes but budget is my main concern right now. Any thoughts, ideas, opinions you could help me with. Planning on buying next month. On a sidenote: I wish there was a ultra wide angle prime (cheap if possible, manual focus acceptable) for Micro Four Thirds, like how Samyang 12mm f 2 lens is on the E-Mount, the only option at the moment are zooms and Samyang 7.5mm f 3.5 defished.