We're renting a condo in the Bahamas for a week. In the sprirt of having a mirrorless (i.e. traveling light) I am planning on bringing the least amount of gear possible that still lets me get decent photos. So, here's what I have: SEL1855 SEL50f18 Σ30/2.8 Σ19/2.8 Σ12-24 UWA (used withLA-EA2) MF lenses - all in Minolta MD: 28/2, 50/1.7, 135/2.8, 35-70/3.5, 70-210/4, 2x TC and an external flash. What I plan on bringing: SEL1855 as everyday lens, SEL50f18 for portraits and low light, 135/2.8+tc for occasional tele, leave UWA at home. Reasoning: I'd like to bring the UWA but it's sizable and I don't know how many opportunities I would have to use it. These beach scapes all tend to look the same after a while. 18-55 in good light should be a good substiute for both Sigmas. 50/1.8 is the best portrait lens and is the best low light lens I have. Finally, I don't usually need tele at the beach, so the small 135/2.8 should suffice. Alternative setup: 35-70 as main walkaround, 50/1.8 for portraits, Σ19/2.8 for wide anlge shots, 135/2.8+TC. This would probably be the best IQ overall, but with two active kids having a MF lens as my main lens may be limiting; also, it's about 2x the size of the kit. What do you think ?