I'm aware that there is a thread for reviews for the E-M1 II, but nearly every single one talks about the use of the camera with native m43 lenses, which enable features like Sync IS, Pro Capture, etc. While these features are very impressive, and it's reasonable to assume that a new camera will be tested with new lenses, I think there are a fair majority of people who are interested in how well the camera performs with the older, 4/3 glass. I personally have two E-M1's, a 12-60 SWD and 50-200 SWD. There are many other who have copies of the 14-54, 150/2, and even the 300/2.8. The 4/3 glass represents a remarkable value in terms of IQ per $, and initial reports seem to suggest that the E-M1 II makes great strides in the use of 4/3 over the predecessor, the E-M1. It's my hope that people will either post thinks to threads/discussions/reviews where the use of 4/3 lenses on the E-M1 II is discussed, or even offer their own review based on using the camera with these lenses.