Are there any tricks to using the E-P1 and manual focus lenses in less than ideal light? In bright light the LCD (as expected) washes out completely. Typically I just switch to my G2 and use the EVF but I am determined to figure out a way to go EVF-less. If not, my E-P1 is going to be pretty lonely all Summer. I am considering a ClearViewer. I have one on my Panasonic ZS3 point and shoot and it works pretty well. Also, perhaps some sort of hood or flip down viewer might work. For the most part I find the LCD on the E-P1 to be pretty useable despite having much lower resolution than the one on the G2. It seems to have a decent viewing angle and it's surprisingly easy to tell when something is in focus. Until recently I just threw an AF lens like the Panasonic 20 on the E-P1 and called it good but the lack of IBIS on the G2 is making me want to have the option to use the E-P1 if I need it. Any suggestions (and buy an E-P3 or E-PL3 is not what I am after)?