Or a drop to be more precise. I was out this weekend at a park with a backpack filled with my G1, my 4/3 9-18mm zoom and adapter, my 4/3 40-150 and my 14-45, some filters and other miscellany. I had the GF1 and 20mm on a strap over my shoulder. As I was trying to get the GF1 off my shoulder so I could access the backpack, I fumbled it, lost my grip and watched in horror (horror I say!) as the camera dropped from waist height onto a concrete slab, lens-first, then bounced and flipped half-way to land on its back. I couldn't believe I had just dropped my second favorite (or best, however you look at it) camera and lens. And onto an abrasive, unyielding piece of concrete no less. So I picked it up, dusted it off, and took a look at what the damage was. (I've left out the part where I briefly lost control of my bodily functions.) And the damage was... Well, initially I couldn't find any. On closer inspection a couple of marks in the finish on the corners is all I've been able to find wrong with it, and a small scrape on the ring of the UV filter that was on the lens. So minimal that you have to know where to look or you wouldn't even notice. As far as I can tell that was it. I was absolutely certain as I was reaching down to pick it up that I was going to have to stuff it in my backpack, take it home and ship it to Panasonic and hope that it was economically feasible to repair it, but it appears that I was wrong. I used it the rest of the afternoon, and when I got home did more extensive (for me at least) functional testing. It looks like this GF1 and 20mm appears to be trying hard to work it's way into that number one favorite spot. It's at least tied for first right now.