I took my G3 yesterday to shoot a concert in which a friend was performing. I was also inspired by the Street Photography thread and took pics of people in the audience. This was my first real test of the G3. I had with me the Panny 14-42mm power zoom, the Oly 40-150mm, and the Sigma 28mm f2.8 as my "fast" (!) lens. I enjoy available light photography - I prefer to use a flash only as a fill when shooting where there is lots of light. Back in the day, I used ASA 400 film and often pushed it to 800 or 1600 for shooting concerts. After a few shots I realized that something was going to have to give and so I started upping the ISO and ended up at 1600. I was generally pleased with the results but I realized that (a) I need faster lenses and (b) a longer reach. I realize using the unstabilized Oly with the Panny body did not exactly help. My purchase of the G3 was an impuslive decision driven largely by the $299 price point. The more I have read reviews and posts on this forum, the more I have realized that Oly IBIS is the way to go - many of the Panny lenses seem to have issues with the OIS, more lenses choices, IBIS supports manual focus lenses, etc. So now I am thinking about what lenses and bodies I should look at and start saving up for. The EM5 is of course at the top of the list for a body. Lenses? Oly 75mm f1.8, Panny 100-300mm or Oly 75-300mm. Any suggestions appreciated.