I decided last summer I was going to go all prime and sold even my kit zooms (P14-42 II/P45-150). I have honestly missed them pretty much since they left. Quite often, I have a scenario where I don't really need the fast aperture and get really sick of swapping primes every 3 minutes. I also need some stabilization for basic family video (on GX7) so I could use some OIS zooms. I know all the options, I just can't decide. I liked the two lenses I had, but a few of the other options have gotten really cheap lately. This thread is mostly me thinking out loud and fishing for any feedback on my thoughts. 12-32 vs 14-42 II. I think the 14-42 II is a little sharper at the edges and is definitely built better. It's also a little cheaper. I know it's a good lens. But the 12-32 is tiny and goes to 12! I don't have another lens that wide except the 7.5mm Fish. It's gotten really cheap as a kit pull on ebay. 45-150 vs 45-175mm vs 35-100 5.6. I liked the 45-150, but the prices on 45-175mm have come way down and I think the latter is better for video, isn't it? And then there is the 35-100 5.6 is so tiny! I think it is about the size of the 14-42. And of course there is the 14-140. But I'm not sold on the IQ and weight of the f5.8 version and the f5.6 version still has a lot of user reports of horrible video OIS jitter and video is a main goal. TL;DR - Which cheap OIS zooms should I get to supplement my nice prime lens collection?