I'm heading out to Olympic National Park next month. The main attraction (for me) is the Hoh Rainforest. I'm considering renting a lens to play with while I'm out there and need some advice on which lens I should bring to supplement my kit (basically the P20, a couple of kit zooms and maybe a legacy 50). I've had my eye on the [thread=7051]Voigtlander 25/0.95[/thread] after falling in love with the lovely rendering it provides (e.g. [post=386295]these shots[/post]), but then sort of talked myself into its wider brother the [thread=25954]Voigtlander 17/0.95[/thread] since I feel that the wider FOV will work better for me in this situation. Then I got to thinking, why not go ultra-wide with the [thread=295]Panasonic 7-14[/thread]. I also came across [post=349865]a set of nice shots[/post] another user took in Olympic with the Olympus 12/2. Obviously, since the Hoh is one of the wettest places on earth, a weather-sealed OM-D and 12-35 might be ideal, but I want to shoot with the bodies I've got. This is a family trip, so I'm not going to be backpacking or anything where weight is of the utmost essence. I'm looking for input from anyone who's visited the Hoh as to which focal lengths are likely to be most useful as well as to anyone who has specific feedback on any of the lenses I've considered or ideas of another lens to look at. Since it's only a short-term rental, the difference in price/cost of the lenses is negligible, so don't include that in your calculus. Which lens/focal length would you want to shoot?