My wife and I are likely to make a short trip to Scotland at the end of July. A travel day, three days there and a travel day back. I want to keep my photo kit on the small and simple side. I am currently considering a few configurations: Micro four thirds: Panasonic G3 (so I won't have to mess with and lose the Oly EVF), Panny 20mm f/1.7 for low light (museums, dark castles, pubs at night, etc) and a yet-to-be identified zoom for general carrying around and most day photography. I have no superzoom for :43: and I really don't want to bring both the Panny 14-45 and 45-200. Once I change lenses, that's the way it'll be until I get back to the hotel room. It looks like the Oly 14-150 might be my only choice. The Panny 14-140 is a bit too dear for me right now. Any thoughts about using the Oly 14-150 on the G3? APS-C - Two choices: My Pentax K-5 with my Pentax 18-250mm zoom, which was my preferred travel lens until :43: came among, and one prime from this list (as the K-5 has great low-light, high ISO ability): DA 35mm f/2.4, DA Limited 21mm f/3.2 or DA Limited 15mm f/4. My Pentax K200D (not as good at high ISOs but works on AA batteries, which means I don't have to worry about UK AC conversion for recharging - a fresh set of lithiums will give me 1200-1500 shots and bringing a single extra set will put me in the 2400-3000 shot range), the trusty Pentax 18-250 and, for low-light work at ISO 800 and below, perhaps the Sigma 30mm f/1.4. EDIT: I could also pick up something like a Fuji X10... but I probably don't have time to make sure it is one with the new sensor. And I'm not 100% sure the zoom range is just quite enough for all applications. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.