As a user of OM-1 and OM-2 film cameras during some of the best years of my career, the OM-D was love at first sight for me. Now, not so much. When I first got the camera, I set it up according to tips given on this forum and the DPReview user's guide. I felt that I had a handle on things and could mostly just pick up the camera and shoot with it (if I had remembered to check/change the battery). I am a focus-with-the-center-square-and-recompose guy. That was working just fine for me until last week. At a friend's wedding I made a photo of the couple dancing (Panasonic 20mm lens). So far, so good. But when I tried to focus for the next shot, the focus square started dancing too -- dancing around to every point of light in the scene. I have gone through the menus and tried to reset everything that might possibly be involved in locking the focus square to the center of the screen, but nothing works. It is still attracted to the brightest object in the scene and puts the focus square there. The only thing I did differently before this occurred was to install the firmware update to version 1.5. Could that have caused this problem? I bought the OM-D because I wanted a small but good camera for travel, but right now I'm ready to go back to my Canon system, even though the weight kills my very bad back. I would greatly appreciate any help anyone may be able to give me.