I recently received an epl2, but as much as I'd like to like it, I can't. There are so many things slightly wrong with it that add up to a dislike of it. I haven't had it very long so I won't get too annoyed right now, while hoping that the things can be fixed in the menus. Screen saturation: This is one of the biggest gripes of this camera. The screen looks lifeless, dull, and has a poor viewing angle. It also is prone to overexposing even when the actual image is fine. It gets slightly better when I actually review the image, and even better when I view it on the computer, but it's not enjoyable to look at. I tried fiddling with the screen settings and I keep trying to increase the saturation on the pictures to improve the screen, but it doesn't change anything. The saturation remains lacking. It's very very misleading and unacceptable for something that relies on its screen so much. I really really hope that it's possible to fix, as pop art seems to make the screen look a bit better. It also seems to have trouble in dark settings, bringing the noise up much faster than the gf2. While it looks like the gf2 over saturated, it's actually really accurate in real life, which makes the epl2 all the less accurate. Also the epl2 doesn't actually over expose by that much. The art filters also make the screen lag, especially some of the more processed ones. Pinhole especially. I tried switching it to mode 2 but it only speeds up on half press, which is quite useless. Compared to the panasonic gf2, it feels like a breath of fresh air. Touchscreen - selects af points quickly, q-menu More AF points - smarter as well Button layout - just a preference Shutter response - recovers faster and more immediate Control quality - buttons all feel responsive Build quality - dense, metal body Screen quality - wouldn't say good, rather less horrible Size - not that big of a deal Much better video - not that big of a deal Olympus E-PL2 In body stabilization - 9-18, 20/1.7, 45/1.8 all benefit More attractive high iso - less chroma, slightly less noise too Looks good - feels like 'made in china' though Customisation - good, but trumped by gf2's handling Less bad jpegs - less likely to have to use raw I'm a prime shooter and although my serious stuff almost never happens at night, I almost always end up shooting night/dim light shots when I go out. I have both my lens and body upgraded to the latest firmware. Picking the silver one was probably a bad idea though; it makes it feel and look really cheap. If you have anything to say that makes either of them look more or less attractive, please share as I would like some other people's thoughts.