Insufficient balance in the mu43 account and a bit of disappointment in the latest gen (GX-1 & X-lens) has ablated my gear acquisition syndrome. The impressions from posts on this forum are that the "IQ" of the latest generation Pany sensors at lower ISOs are similar to the older gen. I tend to shoot at low ISO. Normally at 100. Sometimes pushed to 200. Only if absolutely necessary at 400. Wishing for ISO 50 at times. Prefer not to use a ND filter until no choice. For my subject choices a tripod or OIS usually deals with the lower light situations. Quick & "intuitive" camera operations that do not interfere with the image capturing process are much higher on the list than lower noise at high ISOs. Preference is to visualize the subject through a viewfinder and not have to draw my attention away from the image. Reason why I prefer dials, buttons & switches assuming they are properly located on the camera body or lens. Rather have faster lens with the added benefit of lower dof over less noise at high ISO even though it would be more expensive and add bulk to deal with lower light level conditions. Assuming I'm on the fringe or somewhere on one of the ends of the bell curve of the perceived population of potential customers of the marketing people. If having to choose between hypothetical or existing faster (f/2.0 or faster)mu43 lens or an existing latest gen body which would you select?