I went to Photo Expo Plus today and was able to see a lot of different cameras. Had to wait in line to check out the GX7. Unfortunately, I came out with a pretty negative impression. Mainly because of the viewfinder. I found it to be too small. There's just no way around it. It is small and there's a bit of that tunnel vision effect when looking at it. The various symbols/icons on the screen are really tiny. After looking thru a lot of other cameras finders that day, including Olympus and Fuji models, the smallness of the GX7 EVF really stood out. Other than that the camera seemed well-made, though uncomfortably fat in my hands. I though the new large grip would make it easier to hold, but maybe it just doesn't fit me. The new 14-42mm kit lens is amazing. It is very small and almost does not extend when zooming out. That's pretty brilliant. I asked the Panasonic rep about possibility of GX7 kit of silver top with black lens, but he just laughed it off. When asked he did say new 20mm lens has faster auto focus, but he didn't recommend buying one to replace old one. I really hope Panasonic comes out with another model that does not have a built in finder but has a hot shoe for the larger LVF2 finder . The new GM1 was also there. The body itself is tiny and cute, but even with the small 12-32mm kit, it practically triples in depth. Not quite sure I see the point in it for myself, but it is very light and cool looking. It's interesting that the new 12-32 lens has Mega OIS and not the newer Power OIS. Whatever that means. The camera looks a lot like the Fuji XF1, which seems to have now been replaced by the easier to operate but way less cutesy XQ1 with motorized zoom. Olympus EM1 was very solid in feel though noticeably heavy especially with the new Olympus 12-40mm lens. EM5 was light in comparison. the EVF4 viewfinder is nice and large. Finally saw the black 45mm/1.8 lens. Very nice! I think my next m43 camera will be an Olympus :smile: I think the only thing I will miss from Panasonic will be the superior built-in microphones.