Ok, so after trying a whole bunch of stuff I've been busy selling off equipment that didn't hit the mark, which has left me with some slush to work with. I currently have: E-PM1 w/kit zoom Panasonic G2 w/kit zoom 20mm f/1.7 45mm f/1.8 45-200mm Apart from the kit zooms, I like the lenses I have. Those aren't going anywhere. The Panasonic kit zoom is rather stiff, which shows up as a distinct problem for me in video. Video is the primary reason I want to hold the G2, so this is becoming a hassle. I'm considering shedding the G2 and the PM1 in favor of an OM-D, so that's one possibility. I also considered losing the G2 in favor of a GH2, but the price difference seems somewhat extreme. The M5 is obviously not a cheap camera either. I've considered switching the PM1 and G2 for a P3, but I am wondering if there is really much benefit to the P3 over the PM1. The G3 body is missing all the switches I want and has no video firmware hack, so it's simply off the table. I don't have much of an issue with the PM1 sensor, but the M5 sensor is looking to be quite a lot better. The way I shoot, I am driving the PM1 at ISO 3200 not infrequently, which involves substantial NR and sharpening in post. The M5 could give me a lot of headroom here. I am feeling the age on the G2 sensor though. Alternately, I could pick up a lens: the 14-140mm or one of the UWA zooms are top picks, though I'm not sure I want to take any UWA photos. The 14-140mm would give life to the G2 as a semi-permanent lens there, especially for video and general photo use. Of course it starts at f/4 and sinks to f/5.8 quickly, and combined with the dated sensor I may be setting myself up for pain here. I'll concede that was sort of a rambling explanation, but hopefully I've gotten the basic point across. What do you suggest I do? The options are, in short: * Sell both bodies for the M5 * Sell the G2 for a GH2 * Buy a 14-140mm * Buy a 9-18mm * Spend five hundred dollars on something else in my life?