This may also apply to other OM-D cameras, but I'm only familiar with the E-M1. While the E-M1 is high customisable, it still falls short on a number of areas which I'm slowly discovering and it's quite frustrating considering how customisable the camera actually is, so some things just don't appear to make sense. I'm slowly compiling a list of issues that I feel Olympus should address to make the camera a lot more functional. The list isn't conclusive, but a start to what I've found so far. I did send an email to Olympus on one issue, but received the usual cryptic response ie, they didn't have a clue as to what I was talking about. Anyhow, here are three things that I feel should and could be addressed, and I suspect quite easily, to provide better functionality for the E-M1 (maybe if an Olympus rep that understands English is reading this, they might be motivated to pass on the suggestions): 1. LCD - Whenever the camera is turned on, the LCD is always in standby mode, in readiness to switch between Live View and the EVF, even if you have no intention of using Live View. The Live View may be turned off, but the LCD is still on and showing a blank screen, which turns off when you put the camera to your eye. This is possibly one reason why the E-M1 doesn't have all that great a battery life. I'm not sure how much power the LCD in standby mode draws, but I suspect that it's not insignificant. So this should be fixed so that the LCD is fully off until called for when the Live View, OK, Menu etc buttons are pressed ie when you actually need the LCD screen to be on. 2. AFL - There is no provision for a proper AF lock, as the AFL only works in C-AF mode. There should be a provision to lock AF via a button so that it stays locked until that button is pressed once more. This sort of function is available with the 35-100mm and longer focal length 4/3 lenses, via buttons on the lens barrel, and is extremely handy. The only way to overcome this shortfall is via manual focus, but that creates more problems than it solves. 3. Lever 2 position - Provide more options when Lever 2 is selected. I can't find one single use for the Lever 2 position, as it only offers one option other than Off. Lever 2 position could be a way of selecting AEL/AFL, by providing another button to work as an AFL when it is selected. This could provide another set of button functions by becoming a toggle between two setups. It almost appears as if the Olympus engineers ran out of things to select, so just left this lever with one choice, not a great one at that. I'm sure that I'll come across other things, but are there things that frustrate you that appear to be relatively easy fixes when it comes to camera controls?