So I've been a fan of micro 4/3's stuff since the GF1 and 20mm. I bought a G3 back in October and have been loving it ever since, growing my collection drastically since then. This means that my Nikon D700 kit has been mostly collecting dust since then. In fact, I haven't used my D700 in anything more than a snapshot since a portrait shoot on December 8th. The thing is, I'm not really missing it. To put my idea to the test, this past weekend I put the G3 through some challenges. A portrait shoot and an ice hockey game. My results are on my blog, here. I don't want to re-type everything, but the short story is the G3 did amazingly well I think. Has anyone else ditched their DSLR or other high end stuff to fully embrace m4/3? I feel like I could live with it just fine, but I'm hesitant because of the security of having such a powerful system in the Nikon. I love photography and do it mostly for fun. I've only taken a few paid portraits shoot, I mostly just do stuff for friends and family for free. I'm thinking that even if I want to do stuff like that, the m4/3 kit would still rock it. Does anyone know what I'm trying to figure out? Has anyone went through something similar? And yes, seeing the rumor shots of the Oly OM-D stuff and hearing about it has me wanting whatever that new thing is.