Hmm. I know this is such a subjective questions since we all love to shoot different things. I'm curious what you guys would do though. I've been undecided about lenses because of my budget. I only had 500 dollars to spend on lenses, and I went overboard and bought the Olympus 17mm F1.8, Panasonic 25mm, and the Olympus 40-150mm lens. I'm feeling very guilty and don't know what to do. Wish I could keep my current setup. I love having fast/wide lenses. I mostly shoot random pictures, and carry my camera everywhere. I used to have the 12-50mm and the Panasonic 20mm. I really loved the basic kit lens because it was weather sealed and because of the semi macro. I bought the 20mm because it was cheap and was fast. I don't have anything against the kit lens, and liked the 20mm. I just wish the 20mm would focus faster. I have been wanting to try the 17mm as I think it would be good for me because it's wider, and it's also fast. I also love the look of the Panasonic 25mm, and really like that it's F1.4. I would like bokeh, but I'm happy as long as I can keep ISO low even though it's not a problem with the IBIS from the E-M5. What lenses would you buy if you were on a budget? Should I keep my setup, and sell stuff to make up for the money spent? 1) 17mm, 25mm, 40-150mm = $850 or have the following: 2) 14mm, 25mm, 40-150mm = $666 3) 12-50mm, 17mm, 40-150mm = $630 Would you do some other setup? Has anyone shot any pictures in light rain with lenses that are not weather sealed? I go to Mexico in the summer often, and they have rainy summers. I'd be nervous about carrying the camera with me. Here are some images I've taken to show some of the random pictures I take: Palacio de Bellas Artes by memo90061, on Flickr Pinar del Chayán by memo90061, on Flickr Spider! by memo90061, on Flickr Guadalajara Centro by memo90061, on Flickr Vista desde la Torre Latinoamericana by memo90061, on Flickr Los Arcos Guadalajara by memo90061, on Flickr I think all of these were taken with the Olympus 12-50mm.