Hello. I'm using old manual lenses more often, so I decided to have my EM-5 MK II optimized to aid me in manual focus. I've set Focus Peaking to Fn2 button and I'm already comfortable using that button without even getting my eye off of the EVF. But I also want/need the Magnify feature, so I decided to assign Magnify function to the Movie Record button. All the other Fn buttons are assigned to other useful features for me and I rarely do movies. But then I thought that one never know when a unexpected situation may arise right on our front and we need to start recording quickly. I thought I could use Multi function assigned to the Movie Record button, but then I realized that Multi Function is only available to 4 functions (5 with the addition of OVF simulation on firmware 2.0 update) and none of them are the Movie Record. I've start reading the manual trying to find a solution for my needs and then I noticed the BFn1 and BFn2. I thought that they were a set of alternative Fn buttons accessible via the Lever switch. My thinking was that when I set the Lever switch to position "2" they would replace the Fn1 and Fn2 assigned function with the functions of BFn1 and BFn2. That's not what is happening... I've changed BFn functions on the Menus first, but I'm not getting into BFn1 and BFn2 functions... Looks like when I set Lever switch to position "2" the only things that change are the two scrolling buttons assigned functions (ISO and White Balance are the default assigned functions to Lever "2" position). So, wow to get to the BFn, or wow to use them? Or, any other idea to let the Movie Record as it is and assign the Magnify in a different way (having in mind that I want to engage Focus Peaking and Magnify at the same time)? Before someone suggest the Aperture button on the front of the camera, I'm using that button to preview DOF on native lenses and I find it useful. I've also assigned (and using) HDR button to HDR. LV button is assigned to Super Control Panel. I'm using FN1 to AEL/AFL (using AEL). Thank's for reading.