I recently received my refurbed OM-D from Cameta and have been setting it up and testing it over the last week. Also picked up a brand new Pan 25mm 1.4. So far so good, here's what I've come up with so far. 1. It's tiny. Ergos are growing on me, but gotta get the grip. 2. The 25 is fast, accurate, and sharp. Sharper than any of the Canon lens I had. Only get a little rattlesnake noise when I go to Video mode. 3. Way better AF than the Canon T3i or 60D I had. Nice to be able to use all of the screen to focus, not just the center square. 4. AWB once again better than the Canon's I had. 5. Clip-on flash surprisingly good. Take a 3x5 card cut it in two, some black foam, add a rubber band, and instant bounce card with light that looks natural thanks to the excellent AWB. I can cheat with it for +1 stops of light and still ETTR. Going to need a flash for off camera work though. 6. ISO and noise are better than the Canon too. Pushing 1600 without any problem in stills and video. 7. Olympus menus are confusing. Canon's are laid out much IMO. 8. Olympus manuals are very sparse. Canon, plus one here too. Thankfully sites like this exist where I can get answers. 9. Battery life is so-so. A little spoiled with the 60D's battery life. Gotta get an extra one to be safe. 10. Firmware updates. Olympus, you just need to fix a couple things to make this little camera perfect. Better/more button customization and more video frame rate options. 11. Speaking of videos. Why does the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format of the OM-d not play in WMP like the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format of Canon? Don't quite understand that, unless that coding is that different. 12. Lastly the RAW colors. With Canon, I shot in picture style Faithful, popped it into DPP, fixed the white balance with my gray card, added +1 of saturation, adjusted highlights and sharpening and I was done. Colors looked exact or at least how I want them. With the OM-D and Olympus Viewer 2 (I have LR4 on the way to hopefully help) the colors are nice and vibrant, but seem a little off. I can't seem to adjust to get them true to life. This puzzles me as everywhere I've read, the OM-D is supposedly spot on for color rendition. Is it the Pan lens? Or am I just not use to Olympus colors (shooting with Natural setting, but have used Vibrant and Muted)? Overall, happy with the purchase, but not ecstatic with it. I need to figure out #12.