Hello all. I used to do a lot of photography - had a ton of Nikon gear and did everything from weddings to landscapes, macro to game photography of the Cincinnati Cyclones! A few years ago I sold everything and "gave up" photography. Not too long ago I started using an iPhone and thru the many photo apps available found that I was really enjoying taking pics with the iPhone camera and then manipulating them with the apps I had downloaded. This led me to start missing photography and then when I picked up a iPad last week and started messing with some pics on it, I decided to look at maybe getting a new camera. I thought about an "entry" level Nikon or Canon DSLR, but when I discovered the new Olympus Pen E-PL1, I took a chance on it, not knowing anything about the whole Micro Four Thirds thing! It was $100 more than the Nikon, Canon, and Sony DSLRs I was looking at, but something just really intrigued me about it and the lenses available. It also seemed more "advanced" than the more novice, entry level cameras the other companies are offering for @ $499. (Nikon D3000 for ex.) I look forward to playing with my new Pen (just got it today) and I'm already eyeballing either the Oly 17mm or Panny 20mm...like the price of the Oly, but the bigger aperture of the Panny is nice...any advice?!? Funny how an iPhone has reignited my "passion" for photography!