Over on DPReview.com's M43 forum, there are a few recent threads about possible EVF damage (on the E-M1 due to strong sunlight entering from the viewfinder eyepiece. Thought is the optical eyepiece acts to focus sun rays onto the EVF's internal LCD, leading to over-heating/burning of areas on the LCD. Result is apparently greenish blobs visible in the EVF display. Does not affect captured images nor the camera's imaging sensor. Olympus has apparently repaired a few cases already. no actual preventative solutions at this time but owners being advised to protect EVF from direct sun exposure. Has anyone here heard of or experienced this? There are no reports to my knowledge of this on other models or brands. If this is a real concern, should we be seeing very high numbers of problems by now & other models/brands being affected?