I've had the GX1 with P45 for a 2 months now. I know there's certainly a learning curve for everything, but I'm finding that for taking shots of my baby, who of course bounces around unpredictably, I'm not achieving ideal sharpness in maybe 30% of my shots. I'm using face detection mode, AFS, assuming the milliseconds it take to catch focus should be fast enough. I guess the next logical step is to try it on AFC or AFF modes, and with quick AF on. Can someone confirm, on AFC or AFF, face detection, it will continuously autofocus WITHOUT me half pressing and holding the shutter right? So on AFF, there should be no need to keep quick AF on right? I don't remember having this high of a percentage of out of focus shots with a dslr on continuous AF,and I'm thinking of having a backup dslr. Unless someone tells me that with practice, I should be able to achieve the same keeper rate as a dslr. If someone does say this, can that person also confirm that the same equivalence is conferred in low light. Prevent me from spending more money!