Hi all, I'm in need of some fresh perspectives so I thought now would be good a time as any to quit lurking around and actually sign up. Lately I've had a bit of an issue with sticking with a particular system - I've gone through a frankly crazy (for my budget) amount of systems from Sony to Canon to, most recently, Fuji which I liked, despite there being some noticeable quirks for me. However, the constant throughout all of these switcharoos has been a trusty "old" E-M5 that I just can't seem to be rid of, so I feel that it might be high time to just address the elephant in the room and try shooting MFT full-time. That being said, my budget from selling off a bunch of things is around $1350 and I have the E-M5 body, a JB Grip which is attached constantly, and a Panasonic 14mm plus a couple of legacy adapters. My question is, given my budget, would you... a.) get the E-M1 which from what I've heard is just all-around refined with a noticeably better EVF, better controls, and sealing (since my JB grip is basically a permanent fixture anyway the larger size doesn't bother me, and I know neither the 14mm nor adapters I have are sealed) b.) splurge on lenses (I was eyeing either the 12-40mm, or some combo of Oly primes to go along with the Panny 14mm) I know the cardinal rule is to invest in lenses rather than bodies and normally I'd just go for it, but I just can't shake the thought that if I truly go MFT full-time, I'd really appreciate the beefier Olympus body that happens to have the significantly larger EVF and the increased flexibility of controls as there are times when I'm at odds with the rather cramped layout of the E-M5. Appreciate the input!