After a long hiatus I picked up an Olympus E-M10. It'll arrive in Tuesday. I have been adapted lens shooter for years (NEX 5n) and I have no intention of shooting adapted lenses on the Olympus. I realize it has IBIS and I'm sure there are tons of reasons that adapted lenses would be awesome on the E-M10 but I like using the NEX for that and I have no intention of changing. I bought the E-M10 because I want to have a nice small AF package for traveling and walking around. I played with a friends E-M5, liked it a lot and thought that it would be fun. I have no expectation for the camera other than it work and nothing falls off of it (like a few of my friends E-M5's). I know this will sound like sacrilege but I plan to mount one lens on it and use it like I would a Fuji X100. I was thinking the P20/1.7 v1. I had that lens and thought it was terrific. I love the 40mm EFL, it can focus reasonably close, is compact and can also be found pretty cheaply used. I have however heard that it can have banding issues with the E-M10. These days there are a lot more lens options available since I last used an m43 body and I know very little about them. Does anyone have any suggestions?