...well, almost atleast E-mount lenses: 18-55mm kit lens (used to be my everyday lens before discovering the beauty of Manaul Focus lenses, now hardly use it unless I want AF) 16mm pancake lens (never really used it ) Since I bought my first manual lens, the MD 50, I kinda bonded with Minolta lenses and want to use only MDs when possible Legacy adapted manual lenses: MD 50mm f/1.7 (my sweet portrait lens) MD Zoom 35-70mm f/3.5 w.Macro (my everyday lens) MD 135mm f/3.5 (my newest addition) and my new Minolta wide strap So, what am I missing? (feel free to advise/comment here) 1) A bigger bag since my Minolta bag can only hold 4 lenses (planning on ordering the ThinkTank Retrospective 5 this month ) 2) I know I want an MD 35mm f/2.8 (will probably get one this month) 2) don't need any wider lenses (ie. 24-28mm) since I don't do much wide and I'm somehow covered with the 16mm pancake 3) also want the 18-200mm E-mount or 55-210mm (unfortunately too much $$$ for me right now) 4) plus a longer LF MD Zoom but definately not the otherwise excellent 70-210 f/4 since its too big and heavy for my taste. So something cheap (no more than 50euros), good performance wise, light (no more than 550g) and small (no more than 100mm). Unfortunately the Minolta MD line up doesn't have anything like that, so any other brand/model recommendations?