Howdy! At the moment, the widest lens I have is the Panny 14mm, which is my "always on" lens. Having something a little wider would be nice, especially as I prepare for an island adventure. I was (and maybe still am) planning on picking up the Panasonic DMW-GWC1 converter to turn this into roughly an 11mm or so, I think it comes out to. However, I started thinking about fisheyes, as I'm also picking up an Oly TG-3 for underwater use, and they have a native teleconverter fisheye, the Olympus FCON-T01. Looks like it may be worth it to get that fisheye for the TG-3 in order to capture even more below-the-surface goodness. And then I think a cheap-ish fisheye could be really fun to play around with in Hawaii on land, too, if not also back here on the mainland when I get back home. So here, then, are the three options I see as possibilities for my E-P2: 1) The Panny DMW-GFC1 Converter. Like the wide-angle DMW-GW1, it's specifically designed for the Panny 14mm I already own. 2) The Oly 9mm f8.0 Fisheye Body Cap Lens. Pro: Widest of my three options by a fair bit. Con: I presume that f8.0 will require good light. In other words, this fisheye might be a pip to use outdoors in Hawaii, but for darker indoor shots, maybe not so much. 3) Okay, this is a weird one. But if I get the Olympus FCON-T01 for my TG-3, could I possibly adapt it to fit my Panny 14mm lens? Even though I've seen one or two conflicting reports of a 45mm mount thread on the FCON-T01, most sites seem to list the mount thread as 40.5mm. The Panny 14mm accepts 46mm filters. A step down ring should do the trick, right? The question is: Just what sort of result would I get from this jury-rigged combo? Serious vignetting? Too much? 3.5) I guess I could just use the Olympus FCON-T01 on the TG-3, even on land, I guess, for all my fisheye needs, and forget about fisheye-ing with my EP-2. Seems like an insult to my EP-2, though. Any one of these options would cost me, at most, half of what the Rokinon/Samyang/Bower 7.5mm costs, and should all be smaller and lighter, too. And I don't think I need to go all the way down to 7.5mm at this time. So I'm not considering that lens. I'd love to hear your thoughts as to the above three options. I'm liking the idea of playing around with the fisheye enough that I'm even starting to think about scrapping my plans to buy the Panasonic DMW-GWC1 wide angle converter. Perhaps between the 14mm and any one of the above three fisheye options, maybe I wouldn't miss the in-between focal length. Thanks in advance for any and all responses!