When I started researching for my first camera at the end of last year, I quickly settled on mirrorless technology. SLR's, with their ridiculous flange distances, seem antiquated, in compare. The Canon EOS M and GH3 had recently been released, and both rose to the top of my list. Video was/is an important priority for me, so the GH3 won out. The Pan/Leica 25mm and Voigtlander 17.5 came soon after. I'm just now starting to do work that requires multi-camera shoots. With the plummeting price of the Canon EOS M, I couldn't resist. And, honestly, there is truly something about Canon glass that I find myself always chasing. I love my GH3 setup, but it's a different animal. So, the EOS M arrived today, paired with the 18-55mm kit lens, and I couldn't wait to put them through the paces. The more shots I took, the more disappointed I became. The problem... I've been incredibly spoiled by fast primes. I couldn't fire off any shots indoors without painfully high iso's or scary low shutter speeds. The Canon kit lens is an f3.5-5.6. Honestly, I rarely venture up that high on my PL 25mm or Voigtlander - sometimes when I'm outdoors in good daylight. Otherwise, I live below f3. In truth, my Canon disappointment isn't with the EOS M, or even the 18-55mm. I suppose the real disappointment is that I'm addicted to fast primes, and will have to be "investing" in an EF-M to EF adaptor (in the mail) and some L glass in the near future.