One of the slick features of the E-M1 is the ability to program various positions on the mode dial to load a MySet. With four MySets available, this gives one immediate access to four of their favorite setups by using the dial most suited to such a selection. There are only two issues in my mind: the labels on the mode dial will necessarily be incorrect, thus requiring you to exercise some personal memory (where did I hide MySet 3?), and the obvious need to decide the settings for each MySet. I'd be interested to know how others are using this feature. I've set MySet 1 to be my Base configuration: Aperture, ISO 200, f/8, Raw+JPG, etc. I think I might use the other MySets for: (MySet 2) Landscape/Tripod - Manual, ISO 200, 1/200, f/8, IBIS off, timer @ 2sec., etc. (MySet 3) Low light indoors - Aperture, ISO 1600, f/1.8, etc. (MySet 4) Exposure bracketing - Aperture, ISO 200, f/8, IBIS off, Bracketing @ 5F/3.0EV, timer @ 2sec., etc. And for mode positions along with my silly memory jogs: ART = MySet 1 ("A" is the first letter ...) SCN = MySet 2 ("Scenary") Picture Story = MySet 3 ("Stories of the family") P = MySet 4 ("the other position") Should anyone from Olympus be reading this and care, I'd suggest a feature enhancement: the camera could allow you to custom label the MySets; it shows e.g. "My1" on the LCD when you have a programmed Mode position selected; I'd like to be able to put my own 3 characters into the display instead. So I'd use "Bas" instead of "My1", "Tri" for "My2", etc. How are you using this feature?