I'm heading to Europe (Switzerland, France and England) and want to take along a lightweight, capable camera. I own the E-M5, with the following light-ish lenses: Oly 14-42, Oly 12-50, PL 14, PL 20, Oly 45. I also own an XZ-1 with VF-2 viewfinder. I'm looking for a lightweight way to have fun taking photos and get good shots that will end up in a photo album, a photobook and maybe a large-scale family calendar. I'm leaning toward taking the E-M5 with the 12-50 for daytime walking around and the 20 for low-light situations. Part of me is tempted to get an X100 or X100s before the trip. That would be smaller than the E-M5, but maybe not that much smaller and not as surefire. I might be just as well served to take the E-M5 with either the 14 or 20 as my walkaround lens, and maybe an extra lens or two that I could take with me or leave at the apartment, depending on the itinerary. One advantage to this approach is that I already own this gear! I'm going to be hiking, taking trains, walking around cities--the usual European stuff. What do you all think I would be best off taking? Pretend for a moment that money isn't too much of an object, since I figure I could always sell the X100(S?) when I got home. Thanks in advance for any opinions!