I was walking down the street, taking photos of people as I walked past. The camera was taking forever to focus and capture an image. At this point I remembered that I'd been using a tripod with a 2s timer (to avoid camera shake as I pressed the shutter button) last time I'd used the camera. Turned that off. The camera was still taking forever to focus. I mean, seconds. So long that frequently it would give up and just not take a shot. So I changed from C-AF to S-AF. (Continuous Autofocus to Single Autofocus). The camera started taking instant shots. More experimentation is needed, and I certainly wasn't holding the button half-down to benefit from the C-AF, but I was really surprised by the change in behaviour. I'm also struggling to get good results from Face Priority. The autofocus has even on one occasion chosen to focus on a shop-window mannekin in preference to the man walking past the window. Oddly I was happy; at least it's finally found a face!0 Not tested yet: C-AF+TR (Continuous Autofocus with Tracking - I'm guessing this is more of a sports thing). Not tested yet: The impact of using Full-time AF Not tested yet: Whether a 'home position' helps improve focus times. Anybody have hints, suggestions, experiences with the various AF modes? Are my experiences common, and how do they compare to the OM-D?