I was looking for a second gh2 body so I could have a spare video camera, but the price on gh2 bodies has risen (by a lot) after I got mine on a clearance sale. But I came across a nicely priced new-old-stock gh1 from an ebay seller, so I bit and bought the last one they had. It arrived yesterday so I charged up the battery and fired it up. It was exactly what the seller said, except for one thing. It's the PAL version instead of the NTSC version they described, and I live in an NTSC region. Now from what I can tell, if I download ptools and hack it, I can switch it from 25p and get 24p video. While I might have hacked it anyway, it kind of bugs me that the seller advertised an NTSC model but shipped me a PAL model, so I want to send it back and get a refund. On the other hand, I could just hack it, and consider myself lucky to get a cheap gh1. But once I hack it, I'm pretty sure that the seller won't give me a refund anymore, and I understand why. Is it true that there really is no difference between the NTSC and PAL cameras once they've been hacked? Do I have it right that if I hack it, I can set it up for 24p video recording? So I ask you mu-43, what would you do?