So I'm stuck with a little dilemma. My E-PM2 has been sitting in its drawer, unloved, for several months. The reason why I got the E-PM2 in the first place was to act as a backup for the E-M5. The E-M5's hump makes it a bit unwieldy to stick in a pocket, and the classic SLR look, much as I enjoy it, attracts attention in the way that a smaller P&S-like camera does not. I want something that nobody would take a second glance at. The problem I have with the E-PM2 is that while it takes great images, and I'm more or less okay with the ergonomics, I find an EVF essential, and with the VF-2 hooked up, the E-PM2 becomes clumsy to dump in a pocket, and sticks out like a sore thumb. As a result, I usually just take the E-M5 or don't bother with a camera. The only m4/3 at the moment with a built-in EVF and no hump is of course the GX7. Everything I've read says the GX7 is an excellent camera, but looking at the dimensions, it seems to be basically the same size as the E-M5 modulo the hump. So I'm wondering if the GX7 is small enough to be discreet and unobtrusive in the way the E-M5 clearly is not. I'm also a little reluctant to go dual-brand, not because I have anything against Panasonic, but because it means another set of menus and quirks to learn. In short, I'm looking for opinions on which m4/3 most closely fits the following: 1) Unobtrusive (P&S-like) 2) Has an EVF 3) Pocketable (small) Thanks for your thoughts!