I know I'm asking in a compact forum, so maybe I know the answer I'll get, but I'd like to get a longer portrait lens. Start some more candid portraits. I'm looking at either the Canon 135/2 L for my 5D or the Oly 75/1.8 for my EPL5. They are about the same price. The Canon is a very nice, very well regarded lens and would give me pretty nice AF for quick shots on moving subjects. It can also take a 1.4 or 2x TC, which makes it very flexible. Some folks say the canon 70-200 2.8 (or even 4.0) are better, as they are more versatile and just as sharp, but they are so large and so light colored, that I don't think I want to go there. I also already have a 70-210 USM zoom which works well enough. The Oly 75 is also a well regarded lens. The size is the big draw here. With the spring and summer coming up (and a trip to the Caymans in April) it would be nice to have something more portable. The other idea is that I already have a Canon 70-210 3.5-4.5 zoom, whereas I don't really have a strong long portrait lens for m43 (the P100-300 doesnt quite cut it). Any thoughts are appreciated.