So I finally sold my NEX-3N kit yesterday and managed to score my favorite m4/3 lens - the Sigma 19/2.8 at the same time (thank you Craigslist!). It's currently my only lens for my recently-acquired Olympus OMD EM5 but I have a feeling that it's probably going to be my only lens for a long time. I can go on and on about the differences between NEX and m4/3 - but for my purposes, the NEX and APS-C format just didn't work out. I love *DEEP* depth of field and using my lenses wide open. With the exception of the Sigma 30/2.8 that I had for NEX, all of the Sony lenses I used required stopping down to f/8 before I got sufficient depth of field. Additionally, I just never had an 'emotional' connection with the NEX-3N. Sure, it was serviceable and had great output, but I just never felt the urge to take pictures with it. The NEX-3N had so much going for it - built-in HDR, literally NO noise until ISO 6400, power zoom...again, lots. But, I just never 'felt' it. I'm also contemplating selling my full-size 4/3 Olympus E-3, but I think my wife likes using it with the 40-150/3.5-4.5. She and I have different shooting styles - I like to contemplate and take in a scene, but she likes to take LOTS and LOTS of pictures of the kids and other things from far away. Besides, the E-3 has almost NO value anymore...even though I basically got it for a song last year. Anyway, I'm back. Never really left. If you're curious about NEX, feel free to respond back and I'll answer what I can.