I have a G2 and an E-P1 and I like them both for different reasons. Now due to financial instability I am selling off some of my unused gear. I sold off a number of lenses and some accessories that weren't getting much use and now that I have gone through that I am starting to look at the rest of the gear and trying to determine if there is anything that I really COULD part but that I am holding on to to for reasons other than the fact that I use them a lot. During this exercise I did find out some interesting bits such as the fact that the two lenses I would not part with for any reason are my Panasonic 20 and my OM 24/2.8. After that it could all go and I really wouldn't miss it. Where is has been really interesting is the m43 bodies. I really like my E-P1. I'm not sure if I like it more for it's design or as a camera but I like it. I had up until now figured that the G2 was my AF camera and the E-P1 was my walking about camera. turns out to be quite the opposite. As a walk around, shooting quickly and spontaneously the G2 is king. It's fast, unobtrusive, comfortable and a really nice on the go creative tool. If I were traveling it would be the G2 all the way. Also, if you are letting the camera do any decision making the G2 is miles ahead (AF, WB, metering...you name it). Where the E-P1 shines is in full manual with a MF lens. It forces you to stop and consider things. You have to make decisions and be careful. It has it's place and some times I really like taking it out. In the end I am lucky that I can keep both (perhaps helped by the fact the E-P1 isn't worth all that much). Thankfully I am not in such a dire position where I need to liquidate everything but it has been enlightening to go through the thought process.