I am contemplating the idea of buying an OM-D E-M10 to sit between my Pentax Q7 and Pentax K-3. My Q7 kit consists of a "normal" prime, a standard zoom, a tele zoom, and a fisheye for fun. This is almost ideal for me except I do not have the recently released wide angle zoom. The entire kit is teeny tiny and I can easily carry everything in a coat pocket - even if I had the wide angle zoom. In fact, I did exactly this when I traveled to the UK late last year. Each lens was stored in ZipLock bags to protect against pocket lint. I also have a K-3 with a more sophisticated lens kit. This kit primarily consists of three primes (wide, normal, and telephoto), a 50mm macro, and a wonderful travel zoom. One downside to the K-mount kit is size and weight. There's no way I'm lugging all of that through an airport when I already may have a suitcase and a small carry on. Even the travel zoom by itself is a serious chunk of glass. This kits is perfect for special events, when traveling by car, or when space and weight is not a consideration. These two kits each fill a specific use case, don't compete with each other, and both produce wonderful IQ. The M10 kit would be something I can travel with when space and weight are are a consideration. I am getting the idea from my other thread that the M10 would be a great body to mount some pancake prime lenses. Perhaps this kit could be coupled with my Q7 and the tele and wide angle zooms in the same bag. With this in mind, I am thinking of a 3 or 4 lens prime kit to capture wide, normal, and tele applications. The fourth lens could capture ultra wide or more tele. So, after all this rambling background and out-loud thinking I would like to ask the forum here for suggestions on how to build up a nice travel kit. I don't necessarily need "pro" level lenses. The K-mount kit fulfills that role. I need to be able to make 8"x10" and 8"x12" prints. As a Pentaxian venturing into the u4/3 universe I find myself in a strange and foreign - but fascinating! - land. Thanks!