My wife and I are planning a trip late this summer to a part of North America with great natural scenery. My intention is to go "light" on the cameras and lenses, with the X-E1 and a small selection of zooms and primes as the primary kit. My dilemma is this: I don't have a lens that goes wider than 18mm, and I'm quite confident that I'll want more angle than that for the vistas we're sure to experience. But I only can add one more lens at this point. The choice comes down to the Fuji 10-24mm zoom or 14mm prime. So which way to go...? My first inclination is to go with the zoom, as I really like the convenience - especially since I find changing lenses on the X-E1 to be a PITA because the lens release button is on the "wrong" side (my DSLRs have been Canon). The range appears to be really good for scenic photography, and the 24mm end is close enough to a normal lens that I might not have to change to the 18-55 very often. I do wonder about how much correction in PP I might need to make for images shot at the 10mm range; my framing carpenter mentality (everything level, plumb and square) causes me to recoil in horror when I see buildings leaning in. Another advantage of the zoom is not having to change position; zooming with one's feet may not be an option in certain scenic overlooks. On the other hand, the 14mm may be wide enough for most purposes. Does it have noticeably better image quality? Any other advantages? Anyway, I don't expect any magic answers or even a consensus. I'd just appreciate any advice you might have on factors I haven't considered in choosing between these two excellent offerings. Thanks!