Hello! I don't take many photo-worthy-rich trips, but will be taking one very, very shortly. The last two times I did big trips (both times to Japan), I had first a Panny bridge camera, and then the Oly E-620 with two kit zooms. This'll be my first time with m43 gear. And first time to Hawaii, too. Unlike my time with the E-620, I've actually spent my entire time with my Oly E-P2 using almost nothing but primes. These days, the 14mm stays on my camera almost all the time. I carry around the Sigma 30mm with me, but can't recall the last time I used it. I also usually bring my one zoom, the Panny 45-175, just in case I need the far end. (I use my VF-2 to help stabilize when I do.) But my 45mm, 60mm macro, and certainly my non-native, MF heavy, fast 50mm and small, fast & funky 35mm primes haven't seen a lot of use for a long time. Maybe I pull out the macro most out of those four, for cool bugs. Still, it's rare. I head out next week, and wonder what I should be bringing with me, and how much I might miss with the lack of much of a normal range ability. 35mm FF equivalent is probably my ideal, but I hadn't gotten around to buying the 17mm 1.8 yet, and very well might not at this point, because I think the LX100 might fulfill almost all my needs for a walk-around camera. At least, that's what I'm hoping! Btw, I am on the precipice of picking up an Oly TG-3 for my underwater needs, even though I know it can't compare for regular shots with my E-P2. (One friend tried to sway me into picking up a GoPro Hero, instead. Any people back up his POV?) Anyway, that's it. Going to try some underwater stuff, hence the TG-3. Other than that, though, I'd like some thoughts as to what to bring out and carry with me to capture as much as possible without bringing my whole kit. Oh, I am very much considering picking up one of the small wide-angle converters for the Panny 14mm, to get a little wider, too. But this is the first time I'll be traveling without a normal zoom. Thoughts? Thanks in advance. p.s. -- My photographic subject matter is really all over the place.