I'm looking for a smaller camera to complement my em-5. I have owned a gx1 and most recently an epl5. While the camera will be primarily used by me, it will also occasionally be used by my wife at social events. Note: she knows nothing of cameras, and treats it as a point and shoot. I loved the gx1, but it had atrocious indoor white balance, especially when using the built in flash under incandescent and mixed lighting. (awful red skin tones) Like, ridiculously bad IMO. I've found the olympus with clip on flash to be great (or, as great as can be expected for direct flash) when used outdoors, or indoors under extremely low light. But indoors under normal lighting, it produces skin tones only moderately better than the gx1. If it's something serious, and I'm with her, I'll just shoot my em5 with an FL 600, which works great. This is not an option for my wife, and she doesn't have the knowledge to mess with constantly changing we settings with the smaller cameras. I had pretty much made up my mind to get a Sony rx100ii as a solution, but as I would still be the primary user of it, I'd rather stick with a m4/3 if I can. Has Panasonic made improvements to their awb under these conditions, with the gx7? With the recent price drops, it's not much more than the Sony would be.