I currently have an A500 and the following lenses: Sal 18-250 (travel/general purpose set up) Minolta 28-105 xi F3.5-F4.5 (low light, portrait, kit lens) Baby beercan (F4 35-70) with MF macro (used for macro) Sigma 70-300 Apo DG Macro (sports, Aircraft and tele use). I've noticed that there are several very nice lenses available, and if i had the money I'd probably get all 3, but i have'nt, and as for my useage: I'd like to get into Macro but can't afford the really good stuff, I don't have a prime and I have thought about ditching both Minolta's in order to fill the gap/subsidize a move to a better all-rounder (fast and with Macro ability), the 18-50 f2.8 is sadly out of my price range and would've been the obvious choice. <u>The Lenses Are:</u> 1) SONY 50mm F1.8 (£109 AFTER C/BACK) 2) SONY 30mm F2.8 Macro (£129 AFTER C/BACK) 3) Sigma 50mm F2.8 (£180) I think No 3 would probably my best bet ?, or is there something better/cheaper that I've missed ?. To fund the move to No 3 I'd probably sell the 2 minolta's would that be a fair swap/good move ?. At the moment I mainly use my Sal18250 and Sigma 70-300.