I'm thinking about ditching my E-420 and going over to a Pen. I really like the looks and concept of the camera. Furthermore, size is an important consideration (it's why I was attracted to Olympus in the first place), and there seems to be some evidence that the EP-1 takes at least as good, if not better, photographs than the E-420. Anyway the first decision I face is whether to hold on to my E-420 or just sell it with the possibility that at some future date I could go back to an SLR if I don't like the micro43rds camera. It's not as if I have a huge investment in glass: 25mm pancake, the 14-42 kit lens and an OM 50mm/1.8. Second I have to decide which Pen. I fell instantly in love with the EP-1 but I've been put off by the lack of a viewfinder: it raises the question of whether I can learn to compose on a screen. On the other hand I don't like the looks of the EVF on the E-P2: it ruins the lines of the camera. There's a steep price difference too. (Don't care much for the E-PL1). I've been scanning the boards for opinions about the EVF and they are sharply divergent. Some say they don't really use it, while others say 'don't leave home without it'. Is it really worth forking over another 300 American to get it? Third I have decide about lenses. I greatly prefer the 25mm pancake on my E-420 over the 14-42. I presume then that I should buy the camera (which ever one) with the 17mm pancake then? Though I've never used a fixed 35mm POV, many people seem to prefer it. I also need a wide angle lens (possibly the soon to be released 9-18 micro which I assume would be the best choice for the camera?). Yes, it sounds as if the Pansonic 20mm/1.7 is ideal but that seems to be a rather expensive taste when you compare it to the 17mm bundled as part of the camera kit. What about using my current lenses on the Pen? Any good results with the 25mm or the :43: 14-42 zoom? Is there anything else that is reasonably priced that I might acquire to give me some reach?