One of the greatest aspects of mft in general and mu-43.com in specific is the diversity of usage of the gear. The system allows for those who actually make a living with their cameras or those who just want a something that takes sharp photos with a camera that fits in a purse or jacket pocket. The forum allows or each of those groups, and everyone in between, to have a place to bring together experiences and help each other grow as photographers. I am a serious amateur. I am not overly knowledgeable in optic design, the intricacy of the exposure triangle, or even what all my equipment can do. I just enjoy making pictures for myself and sharing what I create with others. Maybe I can help others in their hobby/passion, maybe I can't. But others sure do help me in mine. Over the last few years that I have been in the system and part of mu-43.com I have reached out for opinions on what I should buy next, or what to trade up for, let go. It has always been great advice. That has led me to my current kit. I am pretty happy with what I have. I realize there are holes (UWA, fast telephoto, etc), but I am pretty content with my current set up. For clarification here is how I tend to use my equipment: Bodies Olympus E-M10 - Main camera, I use it almost exclusively. Love the size and Live Composite. Olympus E-M5 - My inclement weather/hiking camera and second body. It tends to sit on the shelf unless I want two bodies and/or need the weather sealing. Native Lenses Olympus 14-150ii - General lens. Used with the E-M5 for weather sealed kit. Also used for travel for its versatility. While IQ falls off pretty quickly with light, I still get some good results. Olympus 60 - More than a macro. Takes great landscape and architecture shots. Also great when playing with Live Composite. My next camera gear purchase will most likely be macro lighting to really make it shine. Panasonic 14 + GWC - For when I want absolute compactness. I don't use the GWC much, but hate to sell it because it does give me my widest FL. It does introduce some distortion, though. Unfortunate when shooting architecture. Panasonic 100-300 - My long telephoto. Used for wildlife and such. I also like it for its capability to create great bokeh, I think it is underappreciated for this. Sigma 30 1.4 - My go to lens. Gives great results, has outstanding lowlight ability. It tends to be my most comfortable FL. Adapted Lenses Leica Elmarit-R 28 2.8 - This is probably my favorite lens. As with the Sigma 30, I "see" in this focal length. It is sharp, contrasty and just fun to shoot with. It is hyperfocal at f5.6 which makes a great street shooting lens. Leica Summicron-R 50 2 - This lens brings out my creativity. It is my go to for long exposure and foggy landscape shots. Leica Macro-Elmar-R 100 4 - This lens/bellows is big and heavy. It rarely leaves the house or yard. It is slow to use, but is great for playing with Live Composite and other creative ideas. Kipon Baveyes Leica R Focal reducer - I got this to add some versatility to my Leica R lenses. So far I am a little disappointed in the results. I need to do some more testing with it. Super Takumar 50 1.4 - The legendary rendering just makes this a fun lens. I don't use it as much as I should. Super Takumar 105 2.8 - My last purchase (spur of the moment.) It has the great rendering as well. It is not tack sharp, but it still pulls in great detail - its hard to explain. I think I will really like it. Agfa Color Telinear 130 4 - From my father's old Agfa Ambi Silette. It's soft, but gives a very clean result. I tend to add in a tube to get closer focussing - otherwise the minimum focal distance is ~10 feet. Steinheil München 75 3.5, Kaligar 1.5" 1.9, Fujian 35 1.7 - These I don't shoot with much. The SteinHeil Munchen is an enlarger lens that is an extremely sharp macro. The Kaligar is an 8mm movie lens that only close focuses and has a strong vignette. I just never got comfortable with the Fujian. With all of that being said, I would like to see what other's opinions might be. I am not looking to satisfy any GAS, I just would like tap into some of the knowledge of mu-43.com. Am I missing anything? Where should I stretch myself? What should I spend more time/money on improving/exploring? Should I give it all up and start collecting spoons?