So I've been playing with the E-PL2 for about a week now. I have the E-P1 also. I have a few observations and a few questions. The natural mode on the E-P1 is quite different than the Natural mode on the E-PL2. The E-P1 has a distinct warmer tone to it in just about all shooting. The warmer tone is mostly from enhanced yellows. I also noticed that in shooting the same high contrast scene that the E-P1 will under expose 1/3 stop compared the E-PL2 with the same settings. I'm finding the E-PL2 with the same settings(natural, contrast, sharpness, and saturation at 0, and gradation set to normal) seems to clip highlights quicker than the E-P1 while showing more shadow detail. Has anyone else noticed this? In regards to white balance, I feel overall the E-PL2 does a better job, especially in indoor light. The E-P1 will produce results that are almost too warm or yellow.However, I've always loved the colors though from the E-P1 in the sun or in daylight however. The natural setting on the E-PL2 still has a redder cast than say Panasonic color, but doesn't have as much yellow as the E-P1. I also noticed that the natural setting has a touch less contrast than the natural setting on the E-P1. It seems to me that the closest so far that I can get to the "natural" setting in the E-P1 is using the iEnhance mode with the "low" effect. The standard effect seems to be a tad artificial and a little too "punchy". So after all my ramblings, has anyone who has the E-P1 who has moved up to the newer models or E-PL2 noticed this difference? It seems the iEnhance was added in the E-P2 model. It seems confusing to me to have two cameras in the same family with the same named color mode that produce different results. What seems to be the consensus on what people use for jpeg settings on the E-PL2?