I've reached another point to where I can afford an additional piece of my camera kit and I'm torn between upgrading my G5 body to a GH3 before the rumored ultra expensive GH4 comes out or buying a black Olympus 75 f/1.8 lens. I am interested in the 75 for it's obvious sharpness and because it's a shooting style I like - a long focal length. I prefer candids and shooting from a distance and the 75 gives me low light capability, unparalleled sharpness, and build quality that I can't get elsewhere. The GH3 is an interest of mine because I feel I've reached the point in photography to where I've out grown the G5 body. I often find myself wanting to quickly alter the settings of ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed, etc. without delving through touch screen menus on the G5. I feel as though the capacitive touch screen - while being more responsive - and multiple tactile dials would allow me to do what I am looking for. While the EM-5 and EM-1 have these dial types as well I am worried about losing video quality that Panasonic cameras are known for because I do do some video work for family events. I suppose another option would be to get a used EM-5 for the multiple dials and get the 75 lens at a later date. Although, I believe it might be more of an economically sound decision to buy the glass first since glass prices really remain static for the most part and when I have the funds for the body it may be even more cheaper with the supposed release of the EM-10. Sorry for the rambling just trying to get my thoughts out and get opinions at the same time. If anyone can think of any options I haven't thought of I'd appreciate hearing them.