Hello everyone! I am finally moving on over from a P/S camera to a :43: or APS-C. I just need help choosing which one would be the best fit. I am also taking photography classes this coming fall so I'd like a camera with OPTIONS. I am very used to the EVF so it's not such a huge deal that these cameras don't have optical viewfinders. Here's my concern: 1) Image quality! I am under the impression the APS-C sensor will have the ability to take better quality pictures. Am I wrong with this? Is it a large enough difference in quality that I should wait until August for this? 2) Size: needs to fit in my pocket with ONE pancake lense. (GF2, GF3 with the 14mm fits well). Camera balance is not an issue as I have absolutely gigantic hands. When I don't need to fit in the pocket, I will be carrying extra lenses. 3) Speed, I enjoy taking lots of simultaneous photos, sports shots etc. 4) I would like it to have HDR, and manual exposure length (for those awesome starry night photos) 5) Movie mode, I am saddened that the C3 will only have 720p and the GF3 only has a mono mic, what the heck Panasonic?! 6) Haven't done much research on the NEX-5, but it looks like a solid candidate, any opinions are highly valued. It doesn't help that Panasonic said in an interview that they will be releasing a true successor to the GF1 later. Worth holding my breath for? (No time frame at all, just that they will release it after the next GH model) Completely new here, attempting to get into photography. I would like to start it off with one of these cameras. Pricing: I can find the GF2 with 14-42mm for $450 now, and I would have to add on the 14mm or 20mm seperately The C3 will run $650 released in August The GF3 will run $700 released in July Ideally I'd love this camera for summer but I will wait if I have to, for the best camera. Thank you!!!