Just got back from a month-long vacation with the em-5! Wow, what a revelation, let it be said, I will be selling all my Canon gear in the next few weeks to jump completely to the m43 camp. As for the real purpose of this thread, I have a question for those that already have their em-5's. How is your EVF with polarized sunglasses? Mine have dark blotches when used in landscape mode, but is perfect when in portrait mode. I'm assuming this is caused by my polarized sunglasses. This somewhat renders the built-in EVF useless for me since I always wear polarized sunglasses in bright daylight, and most of my shots are in landscape mode. Fortunately, and I must say, surprisingly, the rear lcd is perfectly useable even on a bright daylight. I'm totally fine with this. But the thing is, when I tried my VF3 with the em-5, it actually worked fine on both orientations. I can see some dark lines but they are workable. So, is my em-5's built-in EVF working normally (i.e. everyone else's behave similarly) or do I need to have it checked?