I'm trying to make sense of my camera set-up. Was wondering if anyone would care to comment. Generally, I shoot for myself, and here are my common situations: Kids activities (need fast and true AF and indoor, low-light) Travel (not as much lately, but two weeks planned this year -- Yellowstone and Cape Cod) Walk-around (for myself -- flowers, interesting things, still life. During the day in good light) Family and Friends (events, candids, portraits, etc. -- mainly for memories). I've never found an "all in one" for all this so here's what I'm thinking (some of this I have, some of this I don't): Canon 5D 50/1.8 -- for people shots, low light, in doors, portrait (busts and full body type) 70-210 -- action and kids 17-40 -- indoors group shots. I don't mind the big body if I'm not traveling EP1 14-150 -- no better travel kit, in terms of size/quality/zoom range trade-offs. Oly 17mm -- coming in the mail now. I like the idea of this matched up to my VF1 for fixed-focus street/travel shooting. Maybe replace my 20/1.7, because for indoor shots, I often have my 50mm + 5D, and the 17m should better fit the VF1 and be just as sharp at f/5.6 or 8.0. 50mm 2.0 macro -- macro work, and some walk-about pictures. Reasonable portrait 25mm 1.4 -- just pre-ordered. I have to try this! I love the 50mm equivalent focal length. We'll see how this fits. Maybe it makes my 50/1.8 + 5D less needed! NEX3 16mm and 18-55 + FE attachment -- I have this for kids & family shooting (for the fast FPS, reasonable AF and good high ISO) but the NEX3 just doesn't do it for me. There's no connection to that camera for me -- not like my EP1 or 5D. Not sure why. So, I'm thinking maybe of selling it to get a Canon S95 for ultimately "walk-about/travel" Maybe I'm just talking about loud, but any input is appreciated. What do you think of the idea of adding the S95 to this lot, and maybe letting the NEX go? Or what about the XZ-1 instead of the S95? (I like the brightness of the XZ-1 lens, but the size and built-in lens cap of the S95).