My only complaint with EP5 is that camera relatively heavy and default grip is a bit inadequate. I don't like L-plate and especially half-case as they add unnecessary bulk, weight and cost quite a bit. So, here we go, lets make our own grip with some simple tools and supplies. 1. Remove lens, put on body cap and wrap camera side with Press'n'Seal - it's thin, flexible, durable and won't slide from OEM grip. 2. Cut ~1.25 inch from stick of JB WaterWeld epoxy putty - knead it thoroughly (I suggest some plastic gloves) until uniform in color. It has 25 min set time, so don't rush too much. 3. Now lets sculpt our new grip. Putty is quite sticky, so keep your hands and tools wet with water all time. Use some round pen to roll curves and press with plastic card to make nice even sides. 4. Let putty to cure for 2 hours, then remove. Here it is: 5. Now get some medium and fine grit sand paper and work over curves, sides, corners and etc. It won't take you long as material is very easy to work with. Make sure you left some space to use floss when you want to remove the grip (see p.7 below). Here is our grip ready to be painted: 6. After 2 coats of black textured paint - it's good match to E-P5 paint. Primer coat is not necessary here. 7. Now let the paint dry for 2 days and get some 3M VHB Transfer Tape - same type used on Richard Franiec's grips. I ended up on ebay buying 9473 grade tape - I guess 9469 and 9460 grades will work too. Before putting transfer tape on the grip, make sure you thought ahead how you will remove the grip when you don't need or want it. Same as with Richard Franiec's grips you will need to run dental floss under grip, so make sure it's possible BEFORE you put it on! And here is the end result. Feels very sturdy and comfortable up to the being able to use both control wheels and hold EP5+75mm lens by ONE hand. Sorry for so-so pic - it's mirror made selfie.