Hi, Atm I have got a Olympus E-PM1 (which isn't working anymore) , the 14-42 II R and the 40-150 f/4-5.6. So I think it's time to upgrade my equipment now. I'm planning to get the OM-D E-M10 (Mark I), but I'm not yet sure about the lenses. I mainly shoot landscape, nature and city/street. The Pana 20 1.7 is the one lens I will get for sure. The focal length is very versatile for my photography and I like the small size and good sharpness. Then I want something wider: One option is the PL 15 1.7, which looks like an amazing lens, but it's quite expensive and not much wider than the 20. The more affordable lens here would be the Pana 14 2.5, although I'm not sure if it's really such a big step up from the kit lens. Rokinon 12mm seems to be nice, manual focusing is not an issue to me. I'm not sure how it compares to the other lenses optically. A zoom option would be the Oly 9-18. And then there is the Rokinon 7.5mm fisheye: I think the look can be amazing in some situations and I think it's a lot of fun to shoot. The only thing is that I fear it's not versatile enough and I would use it less than I would use the other lenses. But maybe I'm wrong My third lens should be a 50mm vintage lens, because I don't use this FL that often and I just want to try out using old lenses. A short focusing distance is important to me, but I don't need a real macro lens. And bokeh, rendering and "character" are more important than sharpness. I would actually appreciate, if the lens created a dreamy look wide open. Which sub 100$ lens is best for my needs? Thanks a lot for your help.