Since the soon-to-be released GH3 was announced the main comment that I have seen regarding the new camera is it's size i.e. it's big! To be honest my initial reaction was something similar, but on the weekend I was reminded of a thought that I had when I first tried to come to grips with an E-P1 after putting down a DSLR back in 2010. On Saturday I spent a little time shooting with a Canon 50D, which if you're not familiar with the model it's basically your plus-size prosumer DSLR: big in stature and bristling with controls. Now despite being easily over 1kg including a lens, the larger size means that it is still very comfortable to hold as well as having an ergonomic control layout. Is it so strange then to have a Micro 4/3 camera that is designed with comfort and controls foremost? While it does sacrifice one of the key benefits of Micro 4/3 (small size), it also alleviates what some might consider to be one of the disadvantages. Now I'm not rushing to get in line to put my money down for a GH3, but the size of the camera is starting to make more sense to me the more that I think about it.