I get quite a few photos from my GF1 and GH1 in which the subject's skin is blown (most often the arms) due to light deflection on a bright day. It happens quite often so I always knock down 1/3 stop on auto exposure, but still can't always escape it. Is this a known trait of the first generation Pannies? Is there a quick remedy for this short of knocking down another 1/3 stop? Does polarizing filter help? Also, can you make highlight warning available before the fact in the first generation Pannies? I can only see blown highlight in playback, but it's too late by then in some occasions.