There's a lot of talk of the EP-5's price and features versus the E-M5, which is at this point in its product life similarly priced to the new camera. What surprises me is how little people seem to value the built-in Wi-Fi of the EP-5. It's an afterthought in a lot of conversations I've been lurking. For me, the Wi-Fi is one of the biggest features. Over the years, I used my DSLR kit less and less and just used my iPhone for most photos. IQ is obviously not great, but I like the accessibility, the ease of editing and sharing. For me, micro 4/3 is a means of combining the IQ of DSLR and the accessibility of mobile shooting. I have an Eye-Fi card in my GF3 and it does the trick, but is clumsy and not very quick to use. The EP-5's Wi-Fi looks perfect -- unless I've just done a Real Serious Photo Shoot, I'd really prefer to just process and share with my phone on the go. That's probably 90% of my photo-taking. And at feel like the EP-5's Wi-Fi opens up more opportunities than a built-in EVF (and besides, you can't get a Wi-Fi add-on for E-M5). So it surprises me that, seemingly for most people talking cameras on forums and article comments, Wi-Fi is disregarded. Am I alone in valuing Wi-Fi so much? I understand it doesn't make pictures any better. But for me, it makes possible my ideal work flow. For me, it is a selling feature.