Hi, So i would love to get a lens that does wide to telephoto in one. I almost bought the (FT) O18-180/3.5-6.3 ZD lens but was advised against it (for my cameras E-M10 and E-PL2) in another post here on the forums. So i was wondering what are my options and also what i might need to be aware of. Thanks to Four Thirds I know of: * (FT) Panasonic Leica 14-150/ * (MFT) Panasonic Lumix 14-140/3.5-5.6 (Power) /4.0-5.8 (Mega) * (MFT) Tamron 14-150/3.5-5.8 * (MFT) Olympus 14-150/4.0-5.6 II Are there any other suitable contenders and which might be better suited to my cameras? What are people's opinions regarding this. thanks. Additional info: My E-PL2 is infrared converted, so i won't be shooting as often with it as with the E-M10. So if a lens works brill on the E-M10 and less so on E-PL2, it's not a deal-breaker. But i think i definitely need AutoFocus to function. Ideally, i'd prefer for my E-M10 to be able to write the lens info (make/model/etc) to EXIF in camera, so i guess native/FT is must but don't even know if that means panasonic is out of the picture (how native is panasonic to olympus when both are MFT)? that said, if any of the other lenses are ludicrously better than the O14-150, i'm happy to forego EXIF convenience and will just tag appropriately in LR. I already understand the optics might not be as great as with narrower focal range lenses, and certainly not like primes, but i'm looking forward to not needing to swap out lenses so often in casual use. Also the lenses i plan to retire are just kit lenses, so i suspect i won't be over compromising. Chances are i won't be getting rid of the other lenses i already own that fall inside the focal length, but that does depend on performance of the super zoom in my hands.