Hi guys and gals, I have been doing photography for about 13 years, starting with disposable cameras and then moving onto point and shoots, and my first slr. Anyhow, right now I have a Canon t3i with battery grip, 18-55 canon, 50mm 1.8 canon, 50-200mm sigma, and 8mm fisheye (rokinon/samyang/pro-optic/etc), plus a couple average flashes and radio slaves. It's a great camera! One reason I bought it was for the video, which looks amazing. However, it is also a very bulky camera. I am considering selling it all off to get a similar m4/3 setup. There are lots of great m4/3 lenses to choose from. I was wondering if you all could chime in and help me consider various points so I can decide whether or not a m4/3 camera is right for me. My main motivation is to have a camera that will unobtrusively slip into my backpack for day to day use, but still has a full system to back it up. Points that I am interested in: -I would probably get the E-PM1 body. How good (or bad) is the video feature? I typically either use my t3i with the kit or 50mm lens prefocused on a tripod, or the fisheye where manual focus isnt critical. -I rarely use my 50-200mm on my Canon... when I do it's usually for the rare wildlife shot and I feel even at 200mm its too short for that. The Pani 100-300 and Oly 75-300 seem expensive, so I think I would get an inexpensive 3rd party K-mount 70-300mm and an adapter. Seems like I could get that for about $50. Anyone else do this for super long telephoto? -Theres a host of lenses I want but could probably only afford 3 or so after selling my Canon gear. I would imagine I'd be stuck with getting a kit lens if I get the E-PM1 ($419 on ebay), and and the Samyang 7.5mm fisheye ($299 on ebay) will be a must as well. I could probably spend about another $300 on lenses beyond that, so I would have to choose between: Oly 17mm ($200) + Generic K Mount 70-300mm w/ adapter ($50-75) + 25mm holga lens ($25) OR Panasonic 20mm (would be nice!) OR Oly 45mm (would be rad for portraiture) OR Pani Pancake Zoom Is the m4/3 system right for me? I mostly shoot skateboarding, general stuff, and portraiture for friends. What extra lens option would be best?