Greetings all. I am enjoying my GH2 very much, however I have recently noticed something strange while shooting with my newly acquired Panasonic f2.5 14mm. When I am in P mode, the camera does not automatically select an appropriate f-stop. It almost entirely concentrates on shutter speed, and ISO speed if I have that set on auto. It will close the aperture up only when it becomes ridiculously bright. For example, the camera will sooner pick a shutter speed of 1/1000 then tighten up the aperture. After that point, it will go up to f2.8, f3.2, etc. I assume that from an automatic point of view, it would be better to start closing up the aperture at slower shutter speeds, because 1/1000 isn't all that necessary for most shooting. Wouldn't most people would prefer having a sharper overall image from a middle aperture rather than wide open? I know I can shift the aperture easily while in P mode to whatever I want it to be, and then have the camera select shutter speed and possibly ISO based on that, so this isn't really a big issue. It's more just a question of why did the camera designers do that, did they mean to do that, and what does everyone else think?