I currently own an EPM2 and am interested in getting a new body. Major reasons being that I find the controls rather limited, the lack of a tilting LCD is a constant annoyance, and the lack of built-in WiFi makes the images less simple to share with friends. I'm also interested in the better IQ a newer body might provide. I consider myself a hobby photographer and the majority of my photos are travel-related. I also take a lot of dog photos and take pictures at social events. I'm interested in photography as an art form, but am also the kind of person that will take the occasional silly photo just for the sake of sharing it over Instagram. Lately I've been mulling over the idea of getting either an EM10 or an EPL7...and with the money I'd save from getting the PEN, I'd put it towards a used O45 as I'd like to get into more portrait work. And, I realize -- with all the great features of the EM10 and the lacklustre reviews on the EPL7 this might seem like a no-brainer. I was pretty set on getting an EM10 from Olympus Canada when they were having their December sale, but second guessed myself and missed out. Now the EPL7 is on sale and I just can't decide. I prefer the aesthetics and small size of the PEN (and have tiny hands so ergonomics is never an issue for me), plus the money saved can go towards more glass. However, I wonder if there will come a day when I'll wish I had the viewfinder, built in flash and other extra features of the EM10...and I wonder if it is really worth skipping over such a well-regarded camera just so I can have a smaller, hipper body. Another thing to consider is I'm not sure if I should try to sell off my old EPM2 body once I upgrade, or keep it around for throwing into my purse/tossing at travel companions... Or, damn it all, should I just keep using my current camera in hopes that Olympus will release an absolute answer to all my problems sometime this year?