Hi all, Here's a tricky one. I badly need your help to figure this one out. I've been shooting a Nex6 for more than 3 years. I have two main uses for it: landscapes (my real hobby) and family outings/events (of all shorts, including quite some family dinners, celebrations and the like, indoors). I got the SEL1018 for the former and the Zeiss Touit 32 1.8 for the latter (and have tried quite some other combinations, too; and I need more reach than a 32mm quite often). I also occasionally use the SELP1650 that came as kit lens when I just want to go out with a near compact camera. I've been pondering about a combination that would allow me to stay with: one body, one standard zoom and one ultra wide angle. The standard and UWA zooms for APS-C E-mount are f4 hence not the best for indoors low light situations (not to mention the SEL1018 at f4 delivers awful super soft corners). I have also read the numerous stories about the sample variation of the SEL1670z hence not too convinced about getting one (and it would have to be used hence not possible to try and return if a bad copy) I've had a look at m43. I've just tried an Olympus OM-D EM-10 Mark II with Panasonic 12-35 f2.8 and the Olympus 7-14 f2.8 Pro, both excellent lenses, and the camera has numerous bells and whistles, including the nice 5-axis stabilization (and stuff such as live composite) Sony is not offering in APS-C. Neat. Experience has been pretty good but comes at a cost with 7-14 alone at some €1,000. The camera grip is not any good and one needs an added grip to handle camera + those lenses properly. Camera + UWA + grip (+battery +card) total weight = 1Kg. Quite a bit compared to my Nex6 + SEL1018 at right below 500gr! (yes, I know I'm comparing a f4 lens with a f2.8 one but that is also APS-C vs m43) I would likely stick to Sony APS-C E-mount if they had a nice standard zoom ala m43 above (who also offers the sweet Olympus 12-40 f2.8 Pro), move to the A6300 when the body comes down in price in a year or two; but the lens offering seems better in m43 for my needs... Given the drop in prices of first generation of the full frame alpha cameras, especially the A7, and the weight consideration above, I've been also considering this route. The A7 can be found used in great condition around here (Spain) for €700-€800. And the A7 + SEL1635z would come at about 1Kg, too. I would also need the SEL2470z though... but going full frame is being quite tempting for a while. I totally understand it's very difficult to find something that will cover both uses as per the above. I also know this is a very subjective topic. Despite all that, I would love to hear your opinion. Many thanks in advance. ps: this may all be a damn GAS attack given bank account status but let's see where it takes me.