Heading back to Italy and Austria this summer. It will be the first time with a mft camera. In the past, I had taken big Nikon bodies - most recently the since sold D2H. Great shots, but a bit bulky - and that heavy glass! Personally, I prefer fast primes with a bit of length - the 58mm Voightlander being my favourite with a 50mm Zeiss a close second on the D2H. Despite them being my favourites, they were a bit long in quite a number of situations. So much so that I always took a good mid range zoom with me for walking around day trips. After shelling out for the 4 of us to go for three weeks again this summer, funds are a bit tight for me to justify spending alot on new lenses for my OMD. I would like to find one nice prime to pretty much live on the camera - prefer AF. I love my Canon MF lenses, but getting lazy in my old age. Here is what I am thinking: 14-42 kit lens as a walking around zoom - convenient and I actually quite like it Canon 135/2.5 From my AE-1 for those couple of reach shots that might come up Sigma 30/2.8 which I just ordered on a great deal from Henrys. I'm thinking that this might be a lens that will pretty much live on th E-M5. Have a number of wider Canon MF lenses as well, but trying to keep it pared down. Without breaking the bank (which we are already doing on the trip) do you think I have things covered adequately? Tempted to add the Sigma 19mm and leave the little zoom at home. Thoughts?