Hi all, Firstly, although I've not posted before, I've been an avid reader of the forum for a few months and have picked up loads of helpful tips on the way - thanks! Secondly, I'm finding myself in a bit of a dilemma. I was the proud owner of a G2 for 18 months or so, got on reasonably well with it, and eventually was persuaded to trade it in for a G3 about 7 months ago. The G3 and I have not clicked (no pun intended) at all since purchase. I have found myself getting frustrated with the feel and handling of the camera, and am not happy with the results I've got in low light (which don't appear any better than my G2). Sure, they can be improved in LR, but not as much as I'd like. My lens line up consists of P14mm, P20mm, and P45-200mm. Planning on the Oly 45mm shortly too. I am no videographer - a primary stills man (and complete amateur). I shoot a lot of night photography and a little portrait with my P20, macro with 45-200/raynox 150, and some landscape with 14mm. Would like to do more portraits (hence 45mm). The OM-D is pulling me...mainly the prospect of IBIS with my primes. I know there have been reviews looking at the image quality and high ISP noise etc being similar, but my question to you all is; Have you found that the IBIS in OM-D significantly improves your ability to handhold and shoot slow shutter speeds with primes? This is really what is drawing me, but a grand is a lot of cash to part with, and my G3 probably won't fetch much more than £250 now... Many thanks in advance!