Hello. I know this question is subjective because we all have different tastes, and it seems like I'm just asking to avoid doing homework at all costs. lol. I've been avoiding it for the past 2 hours. Anyways! I was going to sell my OM-D, and decided to keep it. I'm now wondering about the lenses. I'm not sure if I should stay with what I have, which are the Olympus 12-50mm and the Panasonic 25mm. Should I sell them to get around 640 dollars for new lenses? I've them both for two months, and I noticed I always leave the kit lens, and always stay at 12mm. I really want the Olympus 12mm F2, but I can't do that. I'd give up all that range for only one. :O The kit lens seems like a poor mans best friend with everything it has: good range, weather sealed, macro, and wide! I thought about maybe buying the Panny 14, 20, and then the Olympus 40-150. That comes up to around 600, correct? I would really miss 12 though, and like I said I rarely use the zoom. I also really like the Panasonic 25mm, but, it seems to be too close sometimes for indoor shots. I read that the Panny 20 focuses closer compared to the 25? Should I just stay with what I have? It seems like I only want what I don't have. I've been wanting the Oly 12mm for a long time though. It seems like the perfect one for me. It looks like I answered my own question. lol. Ok ignore my question. If you had 600 what lenses would you buy? What type of photography do you shoot?