I have Oly 14-42 EZ, Oly 45 f1.8, PL45 f2.8 macro and 35-100 f2.8. As you can see there are too many overlapping around 42 and 45 mm. Which should I be selling? Factors to consider: 1. I like EZ because of video, but I seldom shoot video. I hate the f5.6 at the longest end and neither is it impressive at f3.5 widest. 2. I am thinking whether to exchange EZ lens with Panasonic 14 f2.5. I used to own the 14 f2.5 with E-PM2, but sold away because of the unbearable CA and flare. I heard E-M10 might be able to correct CA. 3. Oly 45, PL45 and 35-100 makes a lot of redundancy. 35-100 will still be the main lens to use because it is a versatile zoom. PL can get real close though I don't shoot macro that shows eyes of housefly type. Oly is a gem for low-light, lightweight, smallish and bokeh, but cannot get close to subject. 4. I ever thought of selling EZ, Oly 45 and PL45 so that I could buy either Oly 12-40 f2.8 or P 12-35 f2.8. But selling PL at half the price when I bought it new is really painful to the heart and if I really want to enjoy macro, I may regret. I like 12-35 for the weight and OIS (in case I use back Panasonic body), but I like Oly 12-40 for the close magnification.