Okay, so my G3 is here and the battery charged up. A quick few clicks of the shutter with the 14/2.5 mounted confirmed the lightning fast focus; that's good. Lately, I've settled into a comfortable routine of using the G2 with various zooms for outdoor shots and the GF1 with 20/1.7 or 14/2.5 for indoor and/or close work. Both cameras have nice controls, film modes, handling characteristics, etc. Neither is great on JPEG rendering, but that's avoidable and/or adjustable. Enter the G3. Bigger than the GF1, smaller than the G2. Control dials and buttons more limited, film modes essentially gone, kinda small for a zoom. But a new and improved sensor, faster focusing, improved JPEG rendering, etc. Tradeoffs. So does the GF1 or the G2 fall out of the mix? Or both? Or neither? Guess I'll try shooting with the G3 to see if I can adapt to its limitations and see which camera(s) get the most use. Keeping all three doesn't make a lot of sense, so a shakeout is inevitable. Thoughts, anyone? Thanks!