Hello all, I am pretty new to mirror-less world. I have been using Canon XSi (450D) with kit lens for past 4 to 5 years. I mainly use my camera for travel pics, enthusiast level landscapes and sometimes use my cheap 50mm 1.8 for basic party/portrait pictures. I recently started to get a little serious and started learning proper techniques to capture good pictures. I am no pro by any means. Photography is still a hobby for me. So I stared to rent better lenses during my travel. I am now looking to upgrade my camera and the two best options (in terms of budget and my purpose) in my mind were Canon 70D and Nikon D7100. When I started to do more research, I stumbled up on A7 and A6000. I even went to Best Buy to check out these cameras and was thoroughly impressed. They have all the features of big DSLRs in a compact factor, which is PERFECT for me. I almost decided to buy A6000 but I could not find any decent "all/general purpose" lens that has good optics. For example, if I were to buy Canon 70D, I was planning to pair it with Canon 17-55 f2.8 (or Sigma 17-50 f2.8). Both of them cost less than $1000, with good focal range for landscapes and travel photos, are fast enough for low light conditions. In addition, their optics are much better than the kit lens. When I looked for something similar for E-mount, I could not find anything. At least not for under $1000. Am I missing/overlooking something or these type of lenses do not exist for E-Mount? All the articles/reviews online talk about the awesome prime lenses but no one seem to quote a good walk around lens. The kit lens that comes with A6000 does not have quality optics by any means. Is this the general case for mirror less world? Thanks.