I have an E-P1 on route (and excited to get it) and I have been thinking about using my MF lenses with it. When I last had an E-P1 I remember thinking that in some ways manually focusing was a bit easier on the rather low resolution LCD than you might think. I use a G2 as well and love the EVF but in some ways the LCD is easier. What happens on the E-P1 as I recall is that when the image is in focus the image on the LCD shimmers. Sometimes I find that method as good or even better than the EVF (especially when my eyes are tired from using the EVF and feeling a bit tired). Now recently the NEX cameras introduced peaking and it looks very cool but it also reminds me a lot fo the shimmer to focus thing going on with the E-P1. Also, while I think NEX peaking is probably very nice for manual focusing I fid it funny that you see folks acting like manually focusing on m43 is impossible. I have a lot of manually focussed images that say otherwise. I tell you my old Olympus E510 had the tiniest OVF I have ever seen in a DSLR and low resolution or not the LCD is infinitely easier than that. I do like using the EVF (My G2 is a terrific camera for manual focus lenses) but the LCD is very useable as well.