Looks to me like Olympus has blinked on the $2000 US price on the E-M1 II. As most of you must know, this camera is available on Olympus Refurbished for $1699 US - a 15% price reduction. (Here is the link: OM-D E-M1 Mark II Digital Camera, 20MP, 4k, Wi-Fi | Olympus.) I think the GH5 may make the original price unsupportable if more and more people are intrigued by its superior video. I noticed that this camera was available early afternoon yesterday and then sold out quickly. Later, it became available again and is still available today about 24 hours later. I see B&H and Adorama still list it $1999. If they lower its price to the "refurbished" then I can buy it without the $127 tax I pay on the Olympus site. I put refurbished in quotes because I've yet to see any of the lenses or cameras I've purchased - about ten in all - look other than brand spanking new. I've been dialed into Olympus since 2013 and I see no pipeline for used gear going into a true refurbished program - no buy back, no trade-in program, except for the deals giving credits for cameras brought to a store, but these cameras can be any brand. What do you people think?