I have been thinking about this way too much lately. For some stupid/strange reason I think I need to upgrade my old E-M5 to a newer, better model. The things I'm after are: - better auto focus (AFC in video, tracking) - better video - focus peaking while shooting video - better IBIS - Live Composite - High Res -mode - better image quality Well, clearly the last one is only wishful thinking and won't happen unless I wait for E-M1II. But that one will most likely be too big (and ugly) for me and will probably have that unbearable swivel screen too. So --> no buy. E-M5II is also off my list because of the swivel screen. That leaves me with only one option: E-M10II. But there are some things why I'm hesitating: - IBIS. Olympus specs sheets claim E-M5 has better IBIS. Robin Wong claims E-M10II has better. What does UNBIASED (you) people say? Which one has better IBIS? - Battery life. Is the difference noticeable? I can shoot close to 500 images with my E-M5 with one battery and when traveling I think I need to switch batteries perhaps every other day. Will that change with E-M10II? - Weathersealing. I was shooting in -10C a couple of nights ago with my E-M5 which has no problems with those temperatures. How about E-M10II? How much rain does it take - if any? Weathersealing is probably one thing I can live without since I have insurance and will use it if something would happen to my camera. - No High Res. One can hope Olympus would bring this to E-M10II one day (I'd settle for a 4 image / 30-40Mpx RAW version). What do you guys think about the IBIS, battery life and weathersealing? Would I regret switching to E-M10II regarding those things?