I know what you're thinking but it's not like that. I'm not comparing looks, ergonomics, bigger evf or faster speeds. I left my house today fully intending to buy a greymarket GX7 for around 412usd, but I came upon an em10 with ez lens for 490. That's a 78usd difference between two similar bodies. One is greymarket and any issues would cost me signifacntly more to cover at the service center because it's not an official product. The Olympus is an official release locally 12+3 months warranty with a lens I can sell for around 100usd. I really like the gx7 but buying a grey market one is taking a big chance especially now they are low on stock I don't know if I'll be getting a display or returned unit and there usually no option to return them since the after sales service at the stores that sell grey market is pretty much non existent. I like the em10 but I'm not wild about it having come from the em5 which had every known issue wrong with their units go wrong with mine, nearly put me off photography. I know many of those issues don't exist with the em10 but still, I'm reluctant to go back to Oly. One big positive is that their service locally is really good and I get my camera back within 3-5 days. What do you guys think, am I putting too much stock in the value of a warranty or does the small price difference make the em10 a better choice in terms of value?