Thank you all for your help. Schedules and earthquake disasters, or perhaps just bad supply chain management, all conspired to the following state of affairs...
Wanted to the GH2, 14-140 and 20 mm.
I ended up getting the Panasonic GH1+20 mm bundle at a great price, 14-45, 45-200 and a foolhardy splurge on a Oly m9-18mm as I saw prices climbing almost every other day. In the end, this kit was pretty lightweight, and compact and was comfortable to carry in the city, scrambling up to a glacier or through rugged little villages...
In Europe, the 14-45 was pretty much a go to lens, although I always felt like I wanted more, and switching to the 45-200 was often inconvenient because of circumstances usually northern European rain-thank goodness for triple layer GoreTex on that trip). The 9-18 is a wonderful walk around the city lens, though you run out of light quickly when you are on 18 (35mm FF equivalent) at f/5.6 minimum aperture.
Had I to do over again, and I could have gotten a 14-140 (it is still hard to find), I think I would have, and foregone the 14-45 and 45-200. I use the 20 a lot these days, the 45-200 not that much except in specific situations.
Still getting used to processing RAW through Lightroom, and find, surprisingly, that the Panasonic supplied Silkypix works pretty well to get some quick, decent developments out.
I am not so sure about the AWB on the GH1 in some instances, and because of the 2x crop, the DOF effects are not as great as what I imagine it would be with APS-C or full frame. Video is still a mystery to me, and I find that I hit the video record button by accident a few too many times in handling the camera. Otherwise the live view EVF is great, and I am so glad that I got a camera with an EVF based on the many shooting conditions I have encountered. The arms length LCD framing is just not for me. However, when I do use that style, the 3 inch articulating live view LCD is indispensable...not sure how I would do it with a fixed LCD. There seems to be a tendency to blow the sky out with the GH1 at the expense of preserving shadow details, which is not necessarily a bad thing, but with the constantly overcast European skies, the flashing red skies in Lightroom is almost ubiquitous.
Thanks again for the help!