Hi all -- I bought the G5 last week for one reason: the electronic shutter. (I believe the GH3 and the G5 are the largest-sensor digital cameras that can be operated completely silently; I do a lot of low-light concert and church photography.) But I can't get the e-shutter to remain consistently silent, and before I send the camera in to Panasonic or send it back (B&H), I want to make sure I'm not missing something. I suspect it's camera malfunction because the e-shutter is silent sometimes and not other times even when I change no settings at all, but I won't rule out "operator" malfunction! Details: In the menus I have e-shutter turned on, and in the Beep menu I have sound for the e-shutter x'd off. I've seen that the e-shutter is most likely to be silent when camera is in "P" mode and the "Ia" button is on, but both of those settings are unacceptable for my photography (see first paragraph). I can fire off plenty of silent shots in P+Ia mode, and merely turning off the Ia or switching it from P to A, S, or M causes the shutter noise to start up again. Or I could be shooting silently in P+Ia mode, and then merely tipping the camera down or tipping it upward can cause the shutter noise to start up again. I consulted the full manual online (p. 156 of http://www.fullcompass.com/common/files/17521-DMCG5_ADV.PDF). And I read this helpful thread: https://www.mu-43.com/f43/panasonic-g5-electronic-shutter-review-36669/. I have tested it extensively in MF mode so I know I'm not hearing focusing noises; it's a very distinct double-click. I have 5 Panasonic m4/3 lenses, and this erratic behavior happens with all of them. Is my G5 malfunctioning? Am I missing something forehead-slappingly obvious? Any thoughts are welcome. Thank you kindly in advance.