Hi all, I have been reading & learning on this site for a while now, but had neglected to introduce myself. My name is Lisa, and I'm from Geelong, Australia (near Melbourne). I have enjoyed using a point & shoot (especially for travel) for the past few years, but found myself desiring some manual control. With my other half already having a nice Nikon, I realized I wasn't prepared to lug around a DSLR, and it seemed that micro 4/3 would be a much better fit. I did some research and finally purchased a GF2 & 14-42 kit lens. For someone coming from p&s, the straightforward buttons & intuitive menu system were appealing. Subsequently, my boyfriend gave me the (extravagant!) birthday gift of the panny 20mm lens, which has rarely left the body since. I know that the GF2 may not be everyone's cup of tea, but for me it has been perfect. I find i am taking my camera almost everywhere, which excites me. However as I really don't know anything much about photography there is a great deal to learn. This year I hope to learn about good composition & learn how to use Aperture well. I have so far managed to keep GAS in check (probably due to how much I really love the 20mm). However, I believe I am at risk of the syndrome - I'm tempted by the Olympus 45, and the ultra wide angle lenses are interesting, and the LVF would be useful, plus I'm intrigued by the Lensbaby tilt composer, and so on... Therefore, i may need your support in the future. Thanks for such a friendly forum.