Hi folks, Looking for a little advice in picking a M4/3 camera body. I've just sold my Pentax DSLR kit and I'm looking for something a lot smaller that I can stick in a bag and take with me rather than having to lug a lot of kit around. I've looked at Micro 4/3, Samsung NX and the Sony NEX system but I've ruled out the NEX due to lack of lenses and the Samsung as I've only been able to play with the NX10 and while its a nice camera (and nice lens range) I'd prefer something non DSLR like in form factor. I'm attracted to micro 4/3 as I'll be intending to pickup some of the pancake lenses (14,17,20) to keep the size of my kit very small! I've played with the Olympus Pen's and really like the EP1 and EP2 although I feel the handling on the EPL1/2 is a bit more cramped so not so keen on those. I've also enjoyed playing with the GF1 and GF2 which feel really nicely built. As I said I'm looking to spend as little as possible and have been attracted to the EP1 which is only £300 brand new with the Olympus 17mm pancake. Lens wise I'd be looking to add a Panasonic 20mm and either a 14mm or 14-45mm lens and I know that cost wise I'd be better to get the 14mm with a kit (GF2). But I've done a lot of reading and people saying that the AF is useless on the EP1, I don't know if I'm that bothered about an EVF at the moment and I really see my first M4/3 camera as a first step into it, with the intention of upgrading to a newer body later in the year (EP3, GF3 maybe) I think deep down I know that the GF1 / GF2 is probably a better camera than the EP1 but I do like the retro looks and I keep getting drawn back into thinking that the In Body IS of the Olympus would give me a bit advantage when using the non stabilised Panasonic and Olympus Primes. Looking at cost an EP1 with 17mm (new) and then picking up a used 20mm is likely to be about £500 while a used GF1 with a similar lens lineup is likely to be about the same, I guess I'm not sure if despite the lower price I'm maybe shooting myself in the foot a little buying an EP1 if the AF is that bad.