Some time ago, I sold off all of my MFT gear and jumped into the Fuji pool with both feet with an X100 and X-E1. Something nagged inside me about selling my E-M5, and my wife warned that I would regret it, but there were things about the Fujis that I liked. While the IQ of both X-mount cameras was excellent, there were some usability issues with both, so I sold them and bought an X-T1, an "upscale E-M5", or so I told myself. Again, great IQ, but the camera has never resonated with me. I have been considering selling it for some time. The camera that gets about 90% of my work is my Fuji X30. "Tiny" 2/3" sensor, but I really like its usability, and while the IQ doesn't match the APS-C cameras I have owned, I simply like the X30 more. It reminds me a lot in its form factor of my old E-M5. I have therefore purchased a mint condition E-M5 at a very good price, as well as an Olympus 17mm 1.8, my favorite combination. I know the E-M5 is "old" tech, but it was the digicam I used the longest. What pushed me over the edge was spending time going through my O-MD archives looking at photos, asking myself "why did I ever sell this camera?". My wife was right; the "upgrade" to larger sensors with larger lenses did not make me a better photographer, nor was I more satisfied. In fact, the upgrade merry-go-round led to a great deal of dissatisfaction. Pound for pound, the E-M5 and X30 have been my most fun cameras to use. I'm looking foward to getting out with my "new" camera.