I do admit that I have put myself in this position by deciding to maintain two systems. M43 & Fuji X. I probably deserve the headache I have brought on myself, though I'm not about to give either camera up. I'll try to sum this up concisely. So... I would really like to buy one more lens before I go (7 weeks away). I will be cruising around New Zealand with plenty of shore time. I want to take either my E-M5 or X-Pro1, and take whatever I can fit into my little Thinktank Retrospective 5. At the moment for the E-M5 I have the 20 1.7, 25 1.4, and 12-50. For the X-Pro1 I have the 35 1.4 & 18-55. There are a few options I'm looking at: 1. E-M5 with 14mm, 25mm and purchase a 12-35 for it's IQ 2. X-Pro1 with 35, 18-55 and purchase the new Fuji 14mm 3. E-M5 with 25mm, 12-50 and purchase the 12mm And a couple of considerations: I understand the 14mm Fuji isn't quite available yet, though it hopefully will be by that time & I have no doubt it will be as fine a lens as all the other Fuji X lenses. If it's not available at the time, I guess my decision will be easier. I rarely use or have used tele lenses (on my Nikon dinosaur), so a really nice wide or ultra wide will be more useful to me thus takes some priority over anything longer at the moment. I've been drooling for the 12mm for so long, yet the 14mm Fuji will be effectively wider. The Oly 12-50 while being more versatile, loses out to the Fuji 18-55 for me, thus my consideration for the 12-35. I'll probably take my $290 Nikon V1 for video, as a back up and for the rest of the family to use. As for anything else I may need, I think I'm well enough covered. Bag, travel tripod, batteries, filters and accessories. So am I over thinking all this? Probably. My jar of 1 & 2 dollar coins are starting to look useful though. If anyone has a perspective to share (Like using the spare $$$ for drinks money instead), or can see something that I can't due to looking too hard, i'd appreciate it. (Sorry it wasn't as concise as I had hoped).