I love my E-M5 and the M4/3 system...but I'm extremely mad at Olympus for the way this thing is built. - LCD bezels crack. - Dials fall off. - EVFs fog up in the rain. - Viewfinder eyepieces fall off. - Batteries don't always make good contact. - EVFs burn out if the sun hits them. The list goes on. This is an incredible amount of serious issues with these cameras that, I think, are completely unacceptable at their price point (especially at the price many people bought them for a year or two ago). I have had more build quality-related issues with this camera than ANY OTHER CAMERA I HAVE EVER OWNED, including entry-level DSLRs, compacts, etc. Is there anything we can do to let Olympus know how we feel? ...or will they ignore us and laugh because, hey...they already have our money, and building a crap E-M5 just means that we'll be more likely to upgrade to whatever camera they're bringing out next? I can't be the only one grinding my teeth every time my expensive camera disappoints me.