There have been quite a number of strings about comparisons between Panasonic's 14-140 and Olympus's 14-150 superzooms for micro four-thirds. But it occurs to me that most of us really don't need a 300mm equivalent in a one-lens solution for walking around or vacations. Now, given that Panasonic already seems to be thinking about slimming down some of their lens offerings (such as the new 45-150 as a replacement for the 45-200), I suggest that something like a 14-100 might be the perfect solution - and one that might eliminate concerns about lens balance on smaller :43: camera bodies. How much smaller, lighter, faster and optically superior could such a lens be compared with the hefty 14-140? Those are four points. Pick two or three. Would you be interested in such a lens? Remember, you'd still have the "equivalent" of a 28-200mm zoom range - essentially the same as an 18-135 zoom on an APS-C camera. Oly's 12-50 is a step in the right direction. But it's still kinda big, at least to me. And it would be nice to retain OIS for Panasonic bodies.