It's time to be honest with myself. I'm not gelling with the the em5 body. It's not Oly's fault - I knew what I was getting myself into from the beginning, but it's been my experience that familiarity yields appreciation, and I was thinking that over time muscle memory would build in my hands and over a few months the em5 would fit like a glove. [insert Cochran reference here] In terms of quips, top of the list is the EVF, which has a serious vignetting problem for eyeglass wearers such as myself. This EVF wants the eyeball close up, and any distance - even the little that the e-p11 eyecup introduces - is a problem. On top of that, I've been blessed with a rather larger honker, and I find myself jamming my nose into that wonderfully tilty LCD. It just isn't comfortable. If only the EM5 pushed out the EVF just a little beyond the back of the camera - it would have been so much more comfortable. Much has been said about the hint of finger grip on the body. The back thumb grip is an essential support, which then begs the question of how one can operate the back buttons. I purchased the $300 battery grip, but to be honest, I think that the overall feel would be much better if the EM5 had deep grip built into the body. Would it make the body bulkier - let me ask - does the NEX7 seem all that unwieldy? Cuz that is a grip done right. Shooting displays come up next. Is just me - or is that display just a huge mess of info icons on the screen? Just think of the level indicators - why couldn't it have been a sleek implementation on the main shooting screen? Having to switch between screen views to take everything has always felt awkward. I was willing to deal with that on my e-pl1, but I was hoping by the EM5 would have evolved their menu display better by now. Add that buttons that are just too diminutive for my fingers, and well, I feel that the EM5 is a super sensor & IQ system housed in a body that was too small for its own good. With regrets, I'm going to sell my em5 at a bit of a loss and hold onto my other lenses for what will come next. I'm hoping they jam the em5 into a Pen body, which overall, I much prefer to what I have now.