This is really dumb but I'm hopping some other's experience may help me make up my mind. I have purchased three telephoto zoom so far and none of them is a clear winner. I will use one for a trip this summer and I need to sell off the other two. So the question begs, which to keep. I use an Olympus body so I don't really care about lens stabilization. These are the lenses in question: 1) Panasonic 45-200mm, Pro: Small, quiet, fast focus. Con: Slow, unremarkable IQ. 2) Olympus 70-300mm, Pro: Most reach, cheep, ok IQ. Con: Slow, noisy, slow focus, hard to remove hood because of rotating inner barrel, unusable on a tripod. 3) Olympus 50-200 NON-SWD, Pro: Tripod collar, Awesome IQ (so I have been told), beautifully built, FAST! Cons: Most expensive, slow to focus, big and heavy, noisy. So like I said I own all of these. I include the cost in the above analysis because I have sell for financial reasons. Obviously if I sell an expensive lens It will help me more financially. I also realize that lenses are always a trade off, and that's what I need your experience with. I need to guess now what will make me the happiest this summer. I am also open to to selling all of them and getting something else but from what I can tell there isn't anything better out there. I will be shooting mainly coastal scenes and wildlife. What do you guys think?