Summary: This lens is adequate, in build the focus ring grabs when turned. From a youtube video I learned that it was possible to get somewhat average bokeh. Add the hundred dollar used price and you have a lens that teaches patience.
Summary: It's a ok starter lens. Not great but for the price it's pretty neat. Good for people on a budget. It gets pretty wide too which is neat. But if your looking for cheap how about you get some vintage glass and some adapters?
Summary: I love the camera but the 14-42-mm kit lens produces only sub-par photos. To get the most out of the camera, get yourself a 45-150 zoom lens and the 20-mm (1.7f-stop) prime lens (and, of course, other lenses should you want them).
Summary: I bought this lens a while back to use with my EP-2 and have to say I am a little disappointed. It is a decent lens with a moderate zoom and focuses relatively quick, but the image quality is where things go down hill. Try to use this during the day when there is good light.