If so, you'll get this. I got into m4/3 when the E-PL2 came out. Love that camera. Just a good piece for not much money. I've fluctuated back and forth over the years, trying to permanently break my addiction to Nikon DSLRs. My Olys do just as well and are much more rewarding to shoot with. I loved my Nikons, but that was work, and now shooting is more for fun. I've had many Oly cameras, a couple of the E-PL2s, E-P2, E-M5, E-P5, and now have both the E-P5 and E-M1... and my E-P3. There is something about the E-P3 that just seems to be a perfect balance. Like grabbing my FM when I regularly shot with an F2/3/4/5, depending on the year. The FM was just reassuringly well built and always delivered. And it was simple. The E-P3 is that to me now. I'm trying to leave it home and forge that feeling with the E-P5, but so far I don't have the same experience or connection with it. Maybe that one shot will do it, I hope so. So many cameras these days are technically proficient but have no soul. You know what I mean, grabbing that "one" camera felt like old broken-in jeans or that tattered Domke bag, it became an extension of your eye and your hand at the same time. The E-P3 is the only m4/3 so far that comes close to that. I hope the E-M1 (or E-P5) comes half as close.