I have the opportunity to buy an M6 with six lenses: 15mm Voigtlander, 21mm 2.8 Leica, 35mm f/2 Leica, 50mm f/2 Leica, 90mm f/2 Leica, and 135 f/2.8 Leica. The only problem is that I must have a digital body. So I'm thinking of proposing a swap to a reliable dealer: the M6 plus two (or three?) of the lenses for a clean used M8 body. But I've never used an M8, so I'm not accustomed to the 1.33 crop factor. Hence my question, to those with M8 shooting experience: which of these lenses should I insist on keeping? I know I should keep the 35mm, but none of the others seems as apt. The 15mm and the 21mm seem too wide, the 50mm seems just awkward, the 90mm and the 135mm seem too long. This outfit would become my main camera system for street shooting, landscape, and people. I've also got a Panasonic LX5 as my go-everywhere camera, and I'll soon buy a DSLR with a big telephoto for wildlife. But I really want this Leica. I've missed my M3 ever since I sold it, and I've finally realized I loathe the interface and handling which come with every DSLR. So I need a little help in sorting out the lens package. And no -- I can't just keep the M6. As fine as that camera is, I've thought the problem through carefully and can't go back to film.