In the past month or so, I've really started to fall in love with the size and handling of the OM cameras, and I'd like to "flesh out" the basic system I've acquired a bit more. It's not going to replace my Nikon MF system, but I see it as a nice supplement to it. At the moment, I have the following OM-1 MD OM-2n MD OM-4 28mm f/3.5 50mm f/1.8 50mm f/1.8 "made in Japan" Kiron 80-200mm f/4.5 As much as I'd like to have a 50mm f/1.4, I've seen internet discussions that peg the f/1.8 Made in Japan as the best of the bunch, so I'm happy to stay with that if I wouldn't necessarily see an improvement other than the extra half stop(I haven't found either 50mm lacking in IQ). I'm a wide angle guy at heart, so feel like I need some sort of wide lens(28mm is not a favorite FL of mine). From what I've seen, a 24mm seems a good balance of performance and cost in the OM system, and even though I like/can make use of wider lenses, I'd be happy with that to round out the wider end of things(unless someone can suggest a good 20mm). So, with that in mind are there any particular ones I should look for? I'd also like some sort of macro lens-~100mm is generally my preferred FL for this sort of lens, although ~50mm is fine. What are my options here? Finally, I have a high opinion of Kiron zooms, and have found that the Nikon mount ones I've used have often been at least as good if not better than similar Nikkors of the same vintage. With that said, I wouldn't mind having either a ~100 or 135mm prime(a 100mm Macro could do double duty here). Also, are there any Zuiko zooms worth considering that cover the ~70-200mm range?