Hi Guys, Right I've finally taken the plunge into 4/3rds. I was looking to spend in the region of £600 on a GX1 with 14-42mm X vario. Although it was not a lens I really wanted it appeared to offer the best value. However after some consideration and due to my lack of photography experience I thought I would start with something a little more modest. I read it often "Invest in lenses rather than the body as the tech in the body soon dates". Also the GX1 would be far beyond my capabilities at this point. So I just picked up a very nice little used set up for less £100 less than my original budget. This is what I got.... Panasonic GF1 body (excellent condition with box, manuals, charger, cables, receipts) Panasonic 20mm F1.7 ASPH (1 month old, almost new condition, in box with all caps, covers, manuals, HOYA UV filter, receipts) Panasonic 14-45mm kit lens (excellent condition with box (as part of kit), manual, back cap, soft case and Hakuba UV filter and receipt) Intervalometer for Panasonic GF1 Pixco Konica-Minolta to m4/3 adaptor (all metal) Konica Minolta 28mm f3.5 for use with adaptor (excellent condition, all caps, hard case) Konica Minolta 40mm f1.8 for use with adaptor (excellent condition, all caps) Generic "Gorillapod" type mini-tripod. This got me the 2 Panny lenses I really wanted, I'm guessing the 40mm f1.8 should be good for portraits, not sure about the 28mm F3.5 anyone had any experience with these lenses. Also the intervalometer, doubt I'll use that much if at all. Might sell this and the 28mm and buy a used LVF and or Konica Hexanon 55mm f3.5 SLR macro+1:1 (0r other macro recommendations please, but I have to Konica adaptor) My plan is to learn by trial and error and this kit should,I'm hoping serve me quite well. I can always pick up a GX1 in a year once the price comes down. I'll have a great oppertunity to test out my kit in Cuba in a couple on months. I'll be trying street, landscape, portrait and nature. Any suggestions would be great either on a macro lens, learning or anything would be most welcome. Cheers Guys.