I had the opportunity today to photograph a Girl Scouts outdoor activity at the Houston Arboretum; more than 400 girls and 300 adults participated! I had every intention of using my G3 with a few different lenses, but at the last minute I decided to bring along the E-PL2 as a backup. However, it didn't take me long to decide on a role reversal: the E-PL2 with 40-150 became primary, with the G3 relegated to a less prominent role. Why? Two things: 1) Ergonomics - the grip on the G3 just doesn't do it for me; I've tried to accept it, but compared to the E-PL2 (and G2), it's like a half-grip and very uncomfortable; and 2) Viewfinder - I'm one of those folks who needs a viewfinder for almost every shot; the VF2 is excellent, while the G3 built-in viewer is dimmer and less flexible. I know; the G3 is faster and has higher resolution and theretically better image quality. In my experience today, the E-PL2 was fast enough; image quality awaits a run through Lightroom, but I expect it to be acceptable I find myself moving toward a decision to let the G3 go; thinking more about what might be gained by upgrading to the E-P3. For now, the E-PL2 + VF2 will likely be first choice for my grab 'n go kit. Just one person's opinion....FWIW.