i could use some help. i have a GF1, and i loved it so much that i couldn't figure out why i stopped using it for a while. i finally realized that i love shooting with a viewfinder, and one that i can clearly see motion and sharpness in, which sort of lets the viewfinder on my GF1 out. i realize ultimately i'm probably going to be using 2 cameras - perhaps both m4/3 - because as far as i know, no one has made my particular wishlist in a camera. i have a weak right wrist, so while my plan was to go with a G3 and a canon t3i, i find i cannot comfortably hold up a t3i with the zoom i would like to work with. i need something lighter than the canon t3i, and something that will be lighter with the equivalent of the canon stabilized 18-135mm kit lens on it. i don't mind the plastic-ier feel of the G3, btw, as while the GF1 feels much more substantial, the G3 is so light. for now, that's of primary importance. i don't want to damage my wrist further. so here's my laundry list. how close can i get? i know the newer panasonic line far better than the recent PENS. external controls for ISO, white balance, exposure compensation (exposure compensation seems to be missing from the GH2 and G3 unless i'm missing something) fast, easy to get to shutter speed good quality pics with reasonably accurate colors. i don't mind a little post processing on my favorites. good video quality. i'd prefer some manual settings and external mic, but will compromise on the manual settings rather than pic quality. on board viewfinder that's fast to refresh, works for me whether i'm wearing glasses or not (for me, canons require a diopter attachment) and looks pretty good. the first G3 i tried had a very blue cast to it, looked like the white balance was very wrong. the liveview wasn't as blue, so is that common to the G3? otherwise i really liked its viewfinder. good lower light performance (useable ISO 1600 with only mild noise and able to focus (doesn't matter if it hunts a bit) in fairly dim situations. decent zooms available. one shorter zoom starting at maybe f/2.8, at least one reasonably priced long multipurpose longer zoom. also at least a couple good lower light lenses - primes or shorter zooms. i was looking at the GH2. is its image quality, viewfinder and color accuracy as good as the G3? it also doesn't have external button for exposure compensation, but if quality is good and no problems with colors that i can't fix easily (i very rarely shoot auto), it sounds like a good camera. reviewers talk about its pics not being that great, but the samples they put up seem okay. are there any oly's or anything else i should be considering?