I was just looking at Robin Wongs post here - going back in time with the E1 http://robinwong.blogspot.ca/2014/05/olympus-e-1-taking-step-back-in-time.html Robin is a fantastic photographer and I feel that he can make any camera look good - but I tend to agree with him on one thing. CCD has a certain colour rendering that I really like and can't put my finger on. While the sensor technology is years old on the E1 and todays E-M1's etc.. are light years more technically advanced in every metric of scientifically measured image quality, I still find something very attractive and as Robin described 'pleasing' about the look of the images from the E1. It's entirely subjective... clearly I go against the grain in a lot of things.... Don't misunderstand me though.... I can play around with the colour in Photoshop/Lightroom with any camera to get it to the way I like and I quite like Olympus colour signature out of camera - part of the reason why I bought it. I also have no interest in going back in time and handing back the excellent high ISO performance that we get todays CMOS chips and IBIS. All I am getting at is that the out of camera colour experience from the Olympus CCD DSLR's are somewhat beautiful to my subjective eyes that I could find little to improve or do with the images that Robin is showing Maybe it would be nice if instead of art filters, Olympus baked in colour profiles that matched some of their older cameras like the E-1 and E-5..... I was just wondering if anybody else here felt the same way. --Tom.