Hi there - I'm a long term lurker but finally got myself up and joined this forum. My old kit consisted of a Nikon D7000 (and many lenses), and a Yashica Mat 124G. I saw the beautiful images on the Olympus 45mm f/1.8 thread and I just couldn't help myself and took the plunge (tax returns - win). The main reason though was because my partner and I are going on a 5 week holiday to Europe, and the thought of wandering the streets with a giant heavy camera bag around my neck (with the added battery grip) was just... too much. So he agreed for me to get the Olympus, and I'm sure the fact that he normally ends up carrying the bags at the end of the day has something to do with it I ended up getting the Olympus E-P3 with the 14-42mm kit lens and also the Olympus 45mm f/1.8. The last thing is that we are both… Architects. Which makes us horrible to travel with, as we spend a large amount of time staring at bricks. Because they are interesting like that. So I’m wondering if the lenses that I have will be good for travelling the streets of Europe - so food, Christmas markets, the interesting people we will meet, landscapes and of course, architecture. Would you recommend any other lenses as well? I could probably afford one more lens to bring with me (or leave one of the ones I have at home). Probably one that will stay on the camera most of the time. I would really appreciate any suggestions. Thanks - sorry about the long post!