Hi all... 1st time posting here. Currently have a Fuji bridge camera and not happy with it's shortcoming. Image quality isn't great, focussing is slow, low light performance is poor. So.... am looking at getting an M5, which should hopefully get me the great leap upward in terms of image quality and functionality and performance, from what I've seen and read on various forums etc. My only real dilemma is what lens(es) to go with it. Do I stick with the standard 12-50 for the time being and see how I get on with it? Or go body only and maybe get the 14-150mm. This would be similar in range to the super zoom in the Fuji. But I really like the idea of having some fast lenses, for indoor use and portrait type stuff. So maybe go with a 17 and a 45, or even the 75. Would a 17 and a 75 make a good travel combo? Currently most photography I do is holiday and family events... but that might change substantially with getting some decent kit. But the.... the sample images in the 14-150 gallery look great from it's use as an 'all-in-one' travel lens. So maybe I just need a fast prime for indoor and low light use. I just need some help figuring out appropriate options.