I have a question of my own for E-M5 II owners. My biggest operational/ergonomic bugbear when using my new M5 II in Japan the last 2 weeks was involving the front dial. When in 2x2 mode 2, the front dial controls ISO by default. That's great, except that on numerous occasions I found that I had accidentally nudged the dial from ISO Auto to the adjacent value, ISO 25,600!! Needless to say, these shots were for most purposes ruined, and completely irreplaceable. The front dial surrounds the shutter button, and has a very soft click, so it is extremely easy to nudge it one click and not know it. I only noticed when I happened to review shots and saw insane shutter/aperture combos like 1/8000 at f/22. Like I say, this happened numerous times, to the point where I was nervously watching out for it and still it would happen. It wouldn't matter if the ISO was shifting to an adjacent value like from 200 to 250, but to have Auto next to 25,600 is asking for trouble. A very easy firmware fix would be to block the dial from selecting 25,600 directly from Auto, or vice versa, and instead, make the user turn the dial 'forwards' up the ISO scale. Pleeasseee, Olympus? Meantime, I think I need to reassign the front dial when in 2x2 mode 2 to something other than ISO -- something less dangerous. Any suggestions?