I have a dilemma and I hope the trusted members of this forum can help me out once again! I have been asked to shoot some pictures for a local high school... just some shots of students in classes, interacting in the halls, etc. Nothing posed, lit, or pre-planned. Probably some nice environmental portraits, too. Again, not lit (besides window light). I have come up with two possible solutions that fit my budget. Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Choice 1 - Purchase the Leica 45mm (90mm equivalent) f2.8mm lens. Pros: - Fast lens, with autofocus - Paired with my 17mm (35mm equivalent), wide and telephoto are well covered - no need to sell my e-p1 (which, silly as it may sound, I have become quite attached to because it was the first camera I took a picture of my son with) Cons: - Forced to use only the rear screen as a viewfinder. This is very difficult to use when manually focusing a lens. - more expensive than Choice 2 Choice 2 - Purchase an Olympus e-p2 with Electronic View Finder Pros: - Can easily use all my manual focus lenses (using EVF), including a 28mm f2.8 and 50mm f2.0 (I also have a 25mm holga lens that makes the camera a digital holga) - composition is easier in bright light - selling my e-p1 will lower overall cost compared to Choice 1 Cons - I would have to part with my beloved e-p1 (took my first pics of my son with this camera) - The hassle of selling the e-p1 on e-bay - Would have to depend on manual focus for any shots that required the 28 or 50mm lenses. One last thing... I do not want to shoot with anything but a PEN, so please keep that in mind when commenting. Thanks! Thanks!