Now with the bigger APS-C cameras (and now full frame with Sony) starting to shrink their bodies to almost-pocketable levels (not to mention real compacts increasing their sensor size), how does micro 4/3rds stay competitive in the mirrorless market? When they started a few years ago, it seemed that they were emphasizing the smaller size compared to the big boys to help appeal to a broader market. Now that the bigger sensors are starting to horn in on what was once thought to be m43 territory, where does that leave it now? My thoughts: Go even SMALLER (thinner?). If a bigger sensor can do it, there's no reason that a micro 4/3rds sensor can't go even smaller. Of course, the micro 4/3rds lens mount will ultimately limit how small one can go. The mass market/techie crowd still seems to overall love "smaller and smaller," and this may be a direction that Panny/Oly (more likely Oly, since Panny seems to be going opposite direction these days) should consider to make themselves stand out again. As a disclaimer, I'm not one to fuss about buttons and "handling"; whatever the body, I will make it work. :smile: But I wouldn't mind a "truly" pocketable, capable camera (who would?). In fact, to me, just going thinner is a bigger pocketable advantage. Thoughts?