we may quibble about lenses and their attributes and sensors and bodies and all that, but ultimately the image is all about the vision and capabilities of the photographer.
And just to be doubly clear, my "best" comment extended solely to the glass I own.
F-Mount. All 3 lenses are 1986 at the very latest, likely earlier. Since all are AI-S, they're post-1977:
Nikkor AI-S MF 50mm/f1.8. Haven't used it in ages & focus ring is a little graunchy. Might be worth it to get it looked at.
Zoom-Nikkor AI-S MF 28-85mm/f3.5-4.5. Back in my film days it was the only lens on the camera (still on it, too). Still think it's the best glass in this particular stable.
Sigma Zoom AI-S MF 80-200mm/f4.5-5.6. Never shot enough film with this to get an idea of quality. Does have a hard case, though.
Oly 4/3 (original 4/3, not Micro). 2.0x crop factor, purchased Xmas 1995.
Zuiko Digital 14-45mm/f3.5-5.6. POS kit lens that came with the E500. If you can brain a crow with it at 20 paces it's served a purpose.
Zuiko Digital 14-54mm/f2.8-3.5. Upgrade for the kit lens, one of the better-regarded lenses in the original 4/3 rollout. Walkabout lens.
Zuiko Digital 40-150mm/f3.5-4.5. Kit lens, but way better than the 14-45. Best reviews said it didn't suck.
If I go Nikon FF I've got 3 lenses ready to go with compatibility and MF doesn't scare me. The Oly investment is a dead end and if I do go Nikon I'll give the lot to the daughter as an expendable training camera/lens package.
If the Earth were flat, cats would have pushed everything off of it by now.