Hi all, I've been reading through this forum for a while for the tips/tricks on MFT gears. It has been very helpful since this is a relatively new system compared to the Canikon. Hopefully I can help others who is learning about MFT system as well. I will try to be active on this forum. But I'd rather go take photos... My name is Jack for short. Graduated from college not long ago, currently working as a programmer. I was born in Thailand. English is a second language to me. Before using MFT, I used superzoom bridge like Panny FZ150. Olympus E-PL1 is my first MFT camera. I was in college and was naturally too poor to buy a good DSLR. The $150 E-PL1 was very attractive. Now, I use E-M5 and GX7 mostly with lenses ranging from manual prime to fast zoom. I like MFT as a system overall. The only thing I dislike is the lens price. Texas isn't known as a photogenic destination compared to the other states in the US. Still, here are some highlights. <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/jackchalat/15962365166" title="Desert Sunrise by Jack Chaiyakhom, on Flickr">"500" height="375" alt="Desert Sunrise"></a> Mount Davis: E-M5 with Oly 12-40mm f2.8 <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/jackchalat/15816254049" title="View from Skyline Drive by Jack Chaiyakhom, on Flickr">"375" height="500" alt="View from Skyline Drive"></a> Mount Davis at Night: E-PM2 with Voigtlander 17.5mm f0.95 <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/jackchalat/14861909804" title="Alligator in Ghillie Suit by Jack Chaiyakhom, on Flickr">"500" height="333" alt="Alligator in Ghillie Suit"></a> Alligator roaming in a park: G5 with Panny 100-300mm f4-5.6 <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/jackchalat/9940708006" title="MD at Dust by Jack Chaiyakhom, on Flickr">"500" height="400" alt="MD at Dust"></a> Library at U of Houston: G3 with Minolta MD 50mm f2 Is there anyone from Texas here? I hardly see anyone use MFT here. It's like that saying "Everything's bigger in texas."