Reading on CanonRumors.com some speculation that Canon will enter mirrorless with a fixed lens offering. Basically a G series with a bigger sensor. I still think m43 is a sweet spot, but it got me thinking: Would I buy a fixed lens m43 camera? I REALLY like my primes, but I could use a zoom from time to time. So, for me, I think I would keep my m43 with primes, and buy a fixed lens m43 compact with a zoom. I'm figuring if they did a build-in lens, they could keep even a bright zoom fairly compact, if they didn't reach too much for zoom range. Maybe a 14-40mm lens that's f/2.8-3.5? What do you think? Would you buy something like this and, if you did, would it replace your camera with removable lenses, or just complement it? Would you prefer a camera with a FIXED fast lens (ala the X100)? You are free to imagine it has all the other bells and whistles you want (built-in EVF, flash, etc.) just wondering about the lens idea.