All, The E-M5 will be my first real digital cam (eg - other than a PS). Up until now I've always used a 4x5 for 'serious' work, and my travel photography has suffered greatly for it. I either get a 1/2 worthless photo with the PS, or don't try at all because I just cannot get out of the situation what I want when it presents itself. That being here nor there - obviously I've always used prime lenses. This wouldn't be too much of an issue, as the Oly 12 f/2.0 seems to be a stunner on the wide side. Unfortunately I don't feel it to be wide enough. I see the Pana 7-14mm looks like a great lens, but Im not sure it is worth the extra expense. Bottom line - I really wish there was a 7mm prime that wasn't fish-eye. So here's where Im stuck: Option 1 - just buy the body w/o the kit lens. Add the 12 f/2, and the 45 f/1.8. I have some vintage glass to fill the gap (28mm/50mm/135mm). This will run me ~$2200. Option 2 - Buy the body w/the 12-50mm, and pick up the Pana 7-14. This will give me an effective range of 7-50mm, and I can toss the vintage glass in as well. Again, this comes right in around ~$2200. But, I have the feeling the 12-50mm won't stay in my bag long due to it being quite slow. As Im just starting off in m43, I'd like to avoid overlaps in coverage as much as possible. Does anyone know if there's some UW primes in the works ? This would really drive me in one direction vs. the other... Thanks !