Hello, I got myself the Olympus EPL3, along with the highly rated Olympus 45mm 1.8 portrait lens. Taking pictures with this lens is a delight, however for the face detection focusing. Most of the time when using iAuto mode, it auto focuses on whatever it sees fit. But when I shoot in P-mode, I can point focus, which is fine. However, when trying to take a picture of several people, for example, the EPL3 does detect the faces, but only focuses mainly on one face or 2, not every. The other faces are a bit out of focus. Do I have to change something in the aperture? In certain situations, I would also like to have the background to be in focus as well. How is this done? Or am I using the wrong lens for this application? Also, I find taking videos with this lens slow to focus when pointing to different subject with various distances. If I'm taking a video of a particular subject at 2 meters away from me, it focuses correctly, still using the depth of field. But when I point the camera to another subject that's further away, it's not in focus until I keep it still and then it auto focuses in about a couple of seconds. Again, is something I have to configure in the aperture settings? Am I using the wrong lens for video? I'm new to this whole micro 4/3rds world, coming from a point and shoot camera and any advice would be appreciated! Thanks.