I've used auto-ISO on my Nikon DSLR for years now, to allow direct control of shutter speed and aperture, with ISO showing in the viewfinder. If ISO's too high, either open the aperture or slow down the shutter speed, and you're fine. My problem here is you apparently can't adjust for compensation using Manual/Auto-ISO with the E-PL2. Am I correct? If so, and if you can commiserate, how do you cope? It was a major issue today. I was out shooting in harsh sunlight and I wanted to compensate for highlights but I couldn't without switching to A-priority.