I forgot I was going to add something here:The Pen F was a great camera. If the AF works for you it’s a fun camera to use and it is beautifully made. It’s a great jpeg camera with lots of really useful image adjustment options.
That's the 17 on the Pen F, it's do I get a larger pouch? I also already have the Bowery and a Think Tank Speed Changer. The Pen F + 12-32 or 14mm (like the GX85 with either and the X-E3 + 27mm) fit in a great smaller option, the National Geographic NG 1153. It weights next to nothing and can even fit a large jacket pocket. It's a bit smaller than a Mirrorless Mover 5.Get the Oly 17mm f/1.8. It's an essential Oly lens. And get the 12mm f/2.0, too. But if you can only afford one at a time, get the 17. And a bag. I have an Ona Bowery for my Pen F kit. It carries the Pen with one lens attached, 2-3 other Oly primes, the flash, a third-party battery charger and an extra battery and memory card.
The O17 I got with the Pen seems pretty good, I've had a few and not really had a bad one.Definitely worth trying out the 17 in a shop as opposed to through eBay. I remember from my time in m43 that some were better than others. The good ones were really good.
Ten? You beat me on that one. I think 4-5 is the most I've had of any one lens. The though of the 14mm is more a size and that I liked the X70's 28mm eq. I go back and forth between liking 28mm and 35mm.I'd stick with the 12-32mm. I've probably bought ten copies of the 14mm 2.5 lens and I always sell them! Plus I think the 12-32mm focuses a tad faster. The Pan 15mm 1.7 is a nice lens though, and I like it better than the 17mm 1.8!