I was a Micro 4/3 user since I first tried the E-P1 — this small camera caused me to sell my DSLR gear (mostly Pentax) and permanently go the mirrorless route. It was a long journey, but I feel it has come to an end. Right now I have only one Micro 4/3 body left (my old and trusty Panasonic GH2) and no Micro 4/3 lenses. I will use this camera only for video work with old manual glass. I may even sell it eventually, but will probably keep it for its sentimental value. I have replaced my Micro 4/3 kit with Nikon V1, which is better both for action AND for general-purpose video, and Samsung NX20, which will be used for wide-angle/scenery/landscape/portrait shots. Surprisingly, the resulting size and weight of my bag has remained the same. I wish you all good luck. With excellent new cameras coming, such as Panasonic GX7 and Olympus E-M1, Micro 4/3 surely will have a bright future. I hope to see you on Amin's other sites — such as SeriousCompacts.com.