I'm reasonably new, and bought a GF1+20mm (for around £350). Well, the more I read, the more it seems that the Olympus cameras are 'better' so, I was watching some EP1/EP2's, and then in a fit of bidding via Ebay, ended up with an E-P2 (with VF2 and 14-42mm kit lens and a pile of batteries), for around £270. That's £620 spent, and I'm not sure what to do now. I'd like to recoop some money and I'm already going to sell my D40 and Dynax 5D, to try and make up some cash, but I'm not sure if I should keep the E-P2 or the GF1. Another question is, the 20mm pancake is still retaining it's value, while it's a beautiful lens (so I'm told? The picture quality seems on par with the D40's kit lens so far), I can get £200+ for it, and the kit lens has a range that covers 20mm... right? Lastly... I've shot around... 40 pictures so far with the GF1. I am having a little bit of a problem adjusting to it. It doesn't feel as natural as my D40, and although it's so much smaller (which is what I wanted, as the D40 gets left at home all the time), it feels less... dynamic? I put the D40 to my eye, I can get the info, twist a few wheels and take a picture. With the GF1, I'm firing on iAuto too much, because I'm not used to any settings at all yet. Should... and I know this is heresy, is this all a fad I'm going through, and should I just ditch the M43 all together and stick with my D40? Sorry. I'm just really worried. My partner is not upset, but disappointed that I spent so much money, and that makes me depressed. I thought hobbies were supposed to be fun?