It seems you're supposed to grip it more in the modern slr style rather than GX1/manual slr style and looking at the matching simulation at four-thirds.org there's precious little space for fingers to grip when even the modest 12-35 is mounted, to say nothing about 35-100mm and 100-300mm. Is it better or worse than with E-M5, which handled acceptably for me, but because of a more vertical than horizontal grip (if you get what I mean)? GX7 ticks all the boxes for me on paper, but I'll be using almost exclusively X zooms and 20mm (and 45mm a bit) and thus I'm extra concerned about its ergonomy. I don't own these zooms yet - I waited for a camera such as GX7 to commit to the system and can't afford buying the whole package at once at the moment to test it for myself. Also, how is the dial around the shutter? Comfortable enough to be a primary dial? And what clicking the rear dial does - possible to make it adjust ISO? Thanks!