Just learning my EP-3. I have found that the "natural" picture mode setting results in particularly oversaturated greens with the AutoWhitebalance in shady or cloudy conditions. Best match I could find was to dial in "muted" picture mode and then dial back the Green in white balance to -1. I am not relying on 'visual memory', as I am photographing front grass lawn and then immediately downloading and viewing on color corrected monitor and color managed software. Being used to my Nikon D-90 I found the menus and controls pretty strange and the logic not always clear...just will take some time to get familiar. Major concern I have is the apparent lack of Dynamic range. Have not seen any specs on this but being an old Black and White Film guy, I was quite dismayed at the lack of dynamic range with digital sensors when I converted to digital with my D-90. This EP-3 seems much more limited in its dynamic range...actually If i was aware how limited it was I'm not sure I would have purchased it. Somehow I expected 'modern' technology to be improvements on past ancient mediums but the shortcomings in dynamic range of relatively expensive 'new' digital cameras simply astonishes me when compared to the range of decades old B&W film. The Ep-3 dynamic range is what I would expect from a cheap point and shoot digital, not a $800.00 camera/kit lens.