I'm planning a trip to ZA, with the hope of some wildlife photography, which something I've not really done before. I currently have an E-M10, Oly 25mm 1.8, pan 14mm 2.5, and sigma 60mm f2.8. Most of the time I leave the 25mm on the body. With the USD380 B&H deal on E-M5 bodies, it's tempting to get an E-M5 as a "backup" body for my E-M10. I have no real complaints about the E-M10, and I could get a used/refurb E-M10 for probably USD300. I'm in Canada, and it's been a while since I bought something from a US retailer because the pricing usually doesn't work out; I'm curious what Canadian's experience is shopping at B&H. As far as glass, I have I need to get something longer for some safari-like scenarios. I'm currently putting together a legacy 200mm/adapter to experiment with, but I suspect I really want the panasonic 100-300. The 100-400 is more money and weight than I'm up for at the moment. If I go with (either) second body option then I'll probably end up cheaping out on glass. So I guess that's probably a no-brainer. But people like to discuss, so discuss .