So, while trying to deal with a family issue last night my trusty E-PL1 took a dive from the table and landed on the screen. I didn't notice till today that it has a big crack and will no longer display. Thankfully I'm one of those who hates chimping anyway and had bought a VF-3 for it when I got the body. It still works fine that way. So is this repairable? Or more importantly, _worth_ repairing? It'll function till I can afford a replacement body (good excuse for the better high ISO performance of a PL5/PM2) and the resale value even with everything fully functional is minimal. Ah, well, I know the answers to these questions. I just needed a slight rant more out of sadness at a decent little camera getting smacked up like that for no good reason. Didn't even get a good picture last night. So instead, I'll leave you with one from experimenting with my new FD adaptor and my mothers old 50/1.8 she bought with her AE-1 once upon a lifetime ago... This was just a couple of hours earlier yesterday.