Finally got a day outside with a new E-PL5 matched with the Lumix 20mm 1.7 I had traded in a Nikon D200 and the 18-200 VR kit lens, as I rarely used it. The PL5 takes better pictures and as you know is much smaller. All in all I am very pleased. The menus are a bit confusing, and the touch screen and buttons can be a bit touchy, but that I think I'll get used to with time. Every camera has it quirks and it's just a matter of understanding them and working with them instead of fighting against them. I have been drop dead impressed with the high ISO performance. I really couldn't use the D200 past 400 and just playing around with PL5 at 1600 or so, it really does take amazing pictures. I like how the camera feels in hand. I usually shoot Aperture priority, and with the control dial set for aperture control it works nicely. I think that will even work with a viewfinder. I do on occasion press a bit hard and then you get the flash menu. Not the end of the world, just one of those things. With the 20mm lens, I also think it has a fairly classic look, it looks like what I would call a camera, if you know what I mean. I may opt for a viewfinder, but want to better understand how it functions in condition with the touchscreen. All in all very pleased, couple samples from today.