Hi everyone, I have a G5 and I am thinking of trading my kit Panny 14-42 MkI & my Panny 45-150 out for a 14-140 MkI. To be honest I almost exclusively use old Canon FD primes, they just speak to me more. However, on vacation when I just want to shoot snapshots with the family, and even get my wife to take some pictures with me in them, I need auto focus. On a recent trip to a certain HUGE house in Asheville I took only my 14-42 and my Canon 50mm f1.4. Outside the house the 14mm wide angle was great to get the entire house in the shot, but the 42mm end was lacking in isolating architectural details. I did not take the 45-150 because I knew it would be lacking in the wide end to get the entire house in the frame. Inside the house, um since you aren't supposed to take pictures, the Canon was the weapon of choice, it's FAST so no flash needed! I am thinking about when I want to travel light just being able to bring the one zoom lens that would cover most situations would be great. Then I could select one of my beloved Canon primes for fun. I am trying to be budget minded here as well so the 14-140 MkII is out, and I'll need to sell both other natives to afford the 14-140 MkI. I'd love to hear any thought, experience, sample photos, image quality, etc. you all may have on the situation and the 14-140 MkI lens. Oh and I don't care about the size/weight difference, I carry around mostly old Canon glass! Thanks in advance!