I recently purchased a Sony NEX-6 and three lenses (Sigma 19, Sigma 30, and Sony 50). I prefer shooting with primes and really prefer Olympus' offerings (the 17mm f/1.8 and 45mm in particular) but the price of the Sony setup sucked me in. I think I 'only' spent about $1100 total after selling the kit lens. Right now the E-M5 body is on sale and both Oly lenses are part of the rebate. Total it would be about $1550 after rebate for the body, 17/1.8 and 45. Weighing the pros of each: For the E-M5: -IBIS -Faster AF -Touch shutter (I quite liked this feature when I briefly owned the E-PL5) -Having a fast 35mm equivalent -Smaller portrait lens (45mm vs. the big Sony 50mm) -Weather sealed body For the NEX-6 -Pop-up flash (I almost never use the flash if it comes externally) -Better stock grip -Having a 28mm and 45mm equivalent -Higher res viewfinder -Focus peaking -$450 cheaper Price for me is definitely a big factor. I'm looking for advice as to whether the Oly is worth the extra cost right now. Should I just keep the NEX and wait until the next OM-D is released (for the price drop on the E-M5)? Thanks for your opinions!