Hello everyone! I've been mostly a lurker on this forum since May, but I finally got an Olympus E-P5 in July and also bought a 12mm f2 and the 45mm 1.8 to go with the 17mm 1.8 kit. I also own a Canon 1ds Mark iii, but it's now on Ebay. I'm just not using it anymore, and I feel like it's going to drop in value continuously, and I should try to get what I can for it. Honestly, the E-P5 is the most enjoyable camera that I've ever owned, and I've had some good ones (Leica M6, Mamiya 7 Rangefinder, Nikon F5, and a few different DSLRs). There's one thing that I'm kind of worried about, and that's making large prints. I participate in about ten art fairs a year and have been reasonably successful selling prints of landscapes. I'm usually making 16x24s and 12x18s, but I have sold some 20x30s and 48x32 canvas prints. Not too long ago, I used Perfect Resize to up an Olympus file to 16x24 at 300dpi, and I think it turned out just fine. I'm also a part-time photography professor at a community college, where I teach a black & white 35mm darkroom class and intro to digital photography. For the 35mm class, I'm just using a Nikon FM2 and a 50mm 1.8, but I'm trying to decide what to do with the money from selling the Canon gear. I think my heart says to get another m43 body and a couple lenses, but my head is saying that I need to try to get a D800E and some fast Nikon primes. I do have a nighttime in Nevada project right now and have received quite a bit of positive feedback and sales from those images. However, the live bulb mode on the E-P5 has really served me well so far with the few times that I've used it. If I could figure out how to post images here, I'd show you all. Anyway, I think the need for somewhat large prints is the only thing that's holding me back from not using a DSLR ever again. What do you all think? I read Guy Tal is making 24x32 prints from his OMD, and that's bigger than 95% of what I'm making right now with the full-frame Canon. Thanks for all suggestions!