I love the EM10. i recently came from a canon 550D and the size and weight reduction has made the camera worth its money already, the versatility makes me more than glad i purchased one and i really cant see my canon getting much use any more.. BUT there is one thing i have noticed that annoys me. i was taking images of my cat last night, low lighting and i wanted to capture the mood of him actually sleeping and not trying to remove my fingers or anything else he finds fun to attack. I was taking pics in aperture mode, auto ISO and EV set to 0, given the low lighting when using the canon, 0 EV meant an exposure would be the same as what the current lighting level is depending on where you took the reading. I was using centre weighted metering and every image i took came out over exposed for the situation. it wasnt that i was taking bad readings, it really seemed the camera decided that 0 EV means daylight level lighting as opposed to current lighting. once i dialed in -0.7/-1.0 EV it would produce the images i would expect at 0 EV. anyone have similar experience or an idea of a solution?