A while back I had posted that I had bought a GX7 and didn't really care for the ergonomics on it. It took great pictures but just didn't like the feel in my hand. Had a GF1 years ago and it took great pictures but composing off the screen drove me crazy. Been using my EOS M quite a bit but there are more than a few things that I don't particularly care for. There are 3 things that I don't care: taking pictures in general is sluggish as is the autofocus, the touch screen only interface is eh - especially in bright sun light and I really don't like that it doesn't have a viewfinder. Its very hard to see in bright light. But that being said, the picture quality is great. Was considering an EOS M3 but I don't like the fact that the viewfinder has to be attached and I am not sure its as fast as the Panasonics and Olympus. I have noticed there are quite a few bargains around right now - there are left over G6s and EM5s. AND they are quite cheap . I like cheap and its a way to get my m4/3 feet wet without investing a ton of money. For less than 1/2 of what they originally cost it works for me. Each of them seem to have things that I care about. They are quick, have an EVF, can shoot stills and video and have reasonable ergonomics. From my playing with them the G6 is more ergonomic than the EM5. The G6 seems like a mini-DSLR. Frankly I don't care that its made of plastic. Polycarbonate is some of the toughest materials around so that doenst bother me. It also has great videos, menus and touch screen. The EM5 is metal, sealed and has build in stabilization. But it doesn't feel as ergonomic as the G6. Its kind of flat and the buttons seem kind of squished together compared to the G6. The EM5 feels like a tank and is very solid. Its got a great EVF and back screen. So I would like to hear recommendations as to one or the other.