Ok, so I have been out n' about now thats its spring and been shooting mostly street stuff. I recently made my switch to Olympus and have yet to log serious hours with my E-M5 "in the field" but one thing I HATE is that I lost a shot that I otherwise could have re-taken while in the moment if I had just checked critical focus and image sharpness right away. So of course to check when reviewing the image on the back LCD screen I use the zoom feature on the focus point. What Im wondering here is what zoom level do you EM-5 folks (or any M43 shooters really) usually use to determine wether the image is likely sharp and critical focus has been achieved: 2x, 3x, 5x, 7x, 10x, 14x? I know this might sound like bit of a silly question really, but different zoom levels on the back of your screen show you different things. At some zoom levels is looks unacceptable and some its looks acceptable. Question is what zoom level check equates to a sharp/critical focus on your computer screen or print later on.