I have been having an internal fight with myself about the direction I wanted to go with my photography hobby specifically deciding the gear I want/need in my kit. To start off I mainly shoot landscapes, environmental portraits/kids running around, and sports. I want to cut back my kit as much as possible and not have so many primes in the bag. The thought about switching systems has crossed my mind because of two issues I have with m43 low light capabilities and noise at base iso but I have taken a deeper look at my prints I have done up to 20x30 and honestly I don't think I would see much of a difference. So my current gear is: 8-18mm 14-42mm kit lens 20mm 25mm f1.4 Pan. 30mm macro Olympus (too cheap not to get) 42.5mm f1.7 Pan 60mm Sigma Thoughts about Future kit Sell 20mm 25mm 42.5mm and 60mm Get: 15mm Pan. 75mm and maybe the 35-100mm f2.8 The 20mm was my first lens on the Lumix G3 and I used that for almost 2yrs as its sole lens then I bought the Sigma 60mm for portraits but now I feel the 42.5 and 60 serve similar purposes and the same with the 20mm and 25mm. 25mm is my favorite lens but one of my least favorite focal lengths of all of them. 20mm is probably my favorite focal length overall but hate the slower and noisy focus in video. Just like to get some opinions on my thoughts and to see if I have missed any good candidates that would fill out my future kit better.