Someone needs help picking a good camera under $500, but I'm not sure if I'm qualified to offer advice.. so I'd like to ask for help from you knowledgeable people. The person in question does not know much about photography, but I think she's interested in getting into it. So I suggested the Panasonic GF3, since while it can be used easily as a point and shoot, it does have settings you can adjust once you learn how they control the output. The kit with the old 14-42mm lens is available at Bestbuy for $500, or $460 from B&H. As another option, I suggested the Olympus E-PM1. But I had an E-PM1 myself, and I (and some others) weren't too impressed with its IBIS, while on the other hand, others were fine with it... So I don't know if I should count this against the camera or not. Oh, and she won't be getting other lenses, at least not any time soon. The only reason I suggested these two m4/3s is because of their bigger sensors. But on that note, if she won't be needing the interchangeable lens capability, would she be better served by something like an LX5 or S100 instead? If you have any other ideas, please let me know. Lastly, she lives in the US, and would prefer to shop at a brick and mortar store, rather than online. BestBuy is probably not the best place to shop, price/selection wise.. do you guys have any advice there? Thanks a lot!