For the last 4 years I have done Help-Portrait for a local recovery center. We make some great images for the women and their families and have always had the Kelby Media group there to edit/print the images on-site. Its an amazing day and I cannot recommend enough getting involved in this if you are not already. We had four shooters this year. 3 using full frame Nikons (a d700, d3s and the new Df). I used my new E-M1. I had a chance to go back to the editing room and saw that Scott Kelby was editing one of my images (Photo attached with the subject blurred due to the fact that this is an addiction recovery center and the images are not to be shared publicly). I asked him point blank how the images held up compared the tons of FF images he's been working on all day. He told me he had no idea they were from a MFT system and that if I hadn't have told him he wouldn't have known. He was doing a ton of fine zoomed in retouching and saw no difference. Was a definite win for the MFT today. Also note that after 6 hours of shooting I had the least amount of back pain!