Hello everyone. My current m43 setup is an E-M10 + a GM1, with several lenses (including 9-18, 12-32 ans some primes). I have a clear preference for the E-M10 and I use the GM1 mainly as a second camera, or sometimes when I want to be very compact (GM1 + 14 or 20 or 12-32 is perfect). The 12-32 is my main zoom. I often prefer using primes, but when travelling, and especially for landscapes, I find zooms more convenient and I use my 9-18 / 12-32 / 45-150 trio. A few months ago I had this problem with the 12-32: Pansonic 12-32 Came Apart (the zoom ring came apart) As the warranty was still running, I gave back the lens to the after sales service in order for them to repair it. A month later, they say that the lens cannot be repaired (!!!), and as the lens is only sold as the kit (!) they can't replace it either so they propose to refund me the price I paid it two years ago. (that seems a completely stupid solution to a simple problem with only several spots of glue to apply to repair the lens) Now I've got several possibilities: - buy a new GM1 + 12-32 kit which is much cheaper now - buy a GM5 + 12-32 (still cheaper than what I paid for the GM1) - wait for the GM7 (but there is no planned release date and I don't know the exact specs) - replace the lens by the Oly 12 and forget the second body. I liked very much the 12-32, I had more mixed feelings about the GM1. What I didn't like about it: - no auto ISO in M mode - 1/50s flash sync + no wireless flash possible - autofocus sometimes quite disappointing in low light (and face/eye detection not as good as the E-M10 - I've tested GX8 face detection that seems even better) - disappointing colors in Lightroom in artificial light conditions Will a GM5 be a improvement for my use? I've seen it on the Paris photo show and I'm not a big fan of the EVF that is very small and with a poor definition), but if there is auto ISO in M mode and a better autofocus... maybe it will be a nice move.