Now that I have found my wonderful RX100, it has satisfied my need for a carry-around/go anywhere/travel cam. This has released me from finding the smallest ILC possible, so I can put some more money/size into my other camera. Currently, I have an OMD with the PL25 and some FD50mm lenses, and a 100-300. I need this camera for portrait work, and for telephoto of kids and family (my own, and in support of my kids' school -- I often take pics that they want to use on their website, in newsletters, etc.). I am fairly pleased with the three key lenses, but I'd like something a little better for a classic portrait. So, ruminating out loud, but hoping for feedback: I could get the Oly 75mm (or maybe a CV 75/2.5) for portrait, to slide in with my other lenses, but should I consider any other cameras? Would the new Fuji EVF-only XPro camera with the 35/1.4 and 60mm macro get me what I need? I would still be short the long telephoto. What about a Nikon D600 FF that is coming? Lots of lenses there, but I have grown addicted to the EVF WYSIWYG approach, and the more accurate CDAF. But I loved my 5D when I had that. Just love the FF gradient transitions. Maybe try NEX again once the 35/1.8 is out, along with the 50/1.8 (though that's a little short for what I want in portrait). Maybe 3rd times the charm? (having used NEX now twice). I dunno -- Thoughts or suggestions for a good portrait/event camera? I don't want a body as big as a D700 or 5Dii. I still prefer D5000/Rebel sized or under, but I want to get a good portrait set-up, with the capability to shoot action/event. I'm thinking just getting the 75mm for the OMD is the answer, but I want to be open to other options. Any input/thoughts are appreciated.