I will admit that over the last 8 months I've fallen in love with my EP5 and my D7100. I've gotten more and more into video and was hoping that either the new D7200 or OMD would have 4K video at the $1K price point - to keep me from buying a Gh4 and a new set of pany m43 stabilized lenses. 43rumors says that the new OMD 5 II is designed to be direct completion to the Gh4. I've been interested in the feature set of the rumored D7200 on Nikon Rumors, but while the 120 fps 1080P would be great (don't see how you have this and not 4K), the high probability of 4K on the OMD with its IBIS 5 Axis means that my EP5 will get a big brother as 4K has lots of advantages over 1080P in post production. I just took a trip where the IBIS of the EP5 made commercial microstock grade (with careful post processing) video possible without a tripod. This camera will change my thinking on where I'll spend my photo budget over the next couple of years. While I plan on keeping my Nikon stuff, I can see getting the 12-40, 40-150 2.8 + convertor, and the 300mm f4 (at that point I'd probably keep my current Nikon stuff for a while but I also might sell it after owning Nikon for 40 years). I can hardly wait for February to see what the D7200 & OMD 5 II specs really are. When I bought my EPL1 about three years ago on closeout for a travel camera I did not realize how insidious that little camera was with its size and image quality. The EP5 sealed the deal, and I am now a confirmed Olykon user.