Just started using a new E-PL5, and I've been shooting with an old FL-50 flash (probably more correct to say I've been shooting with the flash since it's almost bigger than the camera I've been trying to get good at shooting my kids band playing shows, so I'm using that big flash with a bounce diffuser. It works really well, but I've been chronically confused by the in-camera previews, which always seem to look much, much brighter than the way the images look through any other view (basically, rendered on any computer monitor once they've been transferred). I use the flash in TTL AUTO mode, because that usually works pretty well (even when shooting through old OM lenses in aperture priority mode, which I don't thoroughly understand). However the super-bright previews have a way of fooling me into dialing down the flash power, the result being slightly dark images. I know I can probably get used to interpreting the previews correctly, but I'm wondering if there's a setting for how the previews are shown. I think I had some similar mental issues with my old E-500 too (whose LCD was considerably more primitive of course).