I have a Oly PM1 now. Before the purchase, though I wanted to consider some panasonics (for the newer 16mp sensor), and for superior video, the lack of IBIS heavily deterred me from going there since my primary use of the camera will be indoors (low light) with the Pana 20mm F/1.7 lens which has no lens stabilization. I have been always happy with the videos from the Panasonic products that I have owned. The video on my PM1 seems to leave a lot to be desired (too much motor noise when on C-AF, blur and jitter when on S-AF etc). I think my Samsung galaxy produces better videos. This makes me want to re-evaluate if I should move to the Panasonic camp (slightly drooling over the GX1). If I move to a Panasonic body (with my 20mm prime), would the absence of any kind of stabilization handicap me if most of my shots are indoors at say around 1/10 to 1/40 seconds? EDIT: Including shots of the kid (where I understand IS is not going to help). Interested in knowing when (at what speeds) IS begins to help for still subjects. Thanks a lot.