I've never really use my 14-45mm that much and when I do I'm not too happy with the results when shooting between 25-45mm. I have the 20mm pancake lens and that suits me just fine in most cases. But there are times when I want to get a considerably closer shot of an object (such as wildlife, kids sitting on the grass from a distance, etc. etc.). I've searched for others and have found these panasonic lenses: 1. 45-200mm, F4.0-5.6 2. 100-300mm, F4.0-5.6 3. 45-175mm, F4.0-5.6 4. 14-140mm, F4.0-5.8 5. 45-150mm f4.0-5.6 I'm not too sure about no. 2 as I'd like the widest to start between 14-50mm. I'm looking for a lens that is reasonably fast, works well in low light and produces crisp photos with nice detail and bokeh when fully zoomed in. Oh, and I'm using a Pany G3. Thanks!