I bought the kit with 22 pancake lens on that cheap sale a while back (same time many of you got yours I am sure). I use it for my point and shoot because I was unhappy with the quality of the smaller sensor point and shoot I had before. It is ideal for this purpose - even fits in the pocket of my cargo shorts (after replacing the thick center pinch lens cap with a thinner conventional cap).
Here is a recent example from the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite. When I travel I like shots like this for my photo album. I asked the desk staff if I could take a wide angle photo of the gallery, since galleries don't allow photos of the artwork. This is understandable because they do not want people taking closeups and making their own copies. Since it was a wide angle view the lady said it was fine and she thanked me for asking.
ISO 1600 at f4 (aperture priority).