About 2 years ago I picked up a cheap Olympus E-PL1 and was wowed by how good digital cameras had become. I later bought the pair of 19mm and 30mm Sigma lenses when they were really cheap in January and loved them as well. Last month, I sold my camera and the kit lens and, on a limited budget, I just bought a G5 with the 14-42 kit lens and the 45-150 zoom. I knew that the G5 had some disadvantages vs the E-PL5 in terms of image quality in low light, lack of camera body image stabilization, camera jpegs, and size, but I also knew that dollar for dollar it had a lot of extras that the Olympus didn't (for $400, I got the camera with the two lenses, and of course there's also the viewfinder, the built-in flash, the screen, and the nice grip). By my accounting, even though I felt I wouldn't like the G5 as much as I would an E-PL5, it should definitely please me more than the E-PL1 did. Some of the tradeoffs in this have worked out OK for me. The size of the camera is fine -- besides the grip and the viewfinder, the camera is basically the same size as the old E-PL1, and that's plenty small enough for me. Also, while the image stabilization would be really nice, I find that if I combine usage of the electronic shutter and the viewfinder, I'm able to eliminate a fair amount of the movement when I use my Sigma lenses. I also have Lightroom and got the Huelight colors, so the jpeg issue seems like it shouldn't be a problem. The thing is, I still just don't have the warm feelings about the photos I'm getting out of the G5. I'm not sure if it's just psychological or not. I do know that the sensor should be somewhat better than the old camera's, but the pictures don't seem as nice as the E-PL1's, especially at low light. I'm also not as excited about the colors, even after getting the Huelight profile. I guess I have a few questions: 1) I'm new to Lightroom. Should I expect to have to tinker much with each photo to get colors right? I'm fine with post-processing, but not if it means a lot more work than doing it in the camera. Essentially, I want to be able to import my RAW files, have Lightroom do the heavy lifting, and I might tweak a photo now and then (as I used to do with my E-PL1 jpegs). 2) Anybody else make this switch from the E-PL1 to the G5 and have similar doubts? Did they go away with time? 3) When using a non-OIS lens like the Sigma 30mm indoors, are people able to take sharp pictures with the G5? Do the electronic shutter and the viewfinder help with this enough? Thanks and hello to everybody. I hope to be on here from time to time, though I'm usually a lurker (I've been reading all about various configurations people have for their G5s).