I know the EM1 mk2 has only just been announced and not even released yet. However there seems to be some interesting features and improvements from the current cameras. I currently have an EM1, partly because I got it at a great price... I do like the extra buttons, however I do prefer the size of the EM5 (or smaller) and having the ability to add a grip only if I need it. I'd love to see some of that technology trickle down to the next generation of EM5 or EM10. However, Olympus needs to be careful, because if too much moves into the lower model cameras, it might devalue the EM1 mk2. What would you like to see get added to the next generation EM5 or EM10? Next question... realistically what do you think will ACTUALLY go into the next EM5/EM10? How will they differentiate the various OMD models? I'd like to see improved CAF/CAF+tracking trickle into the lower model cameras. The (supposed) improved sensor with better DR and noise. I'm not sure if they will introduce that all to the lower models, otherwise the EM1 loses some of it's flagship flare. However if they don't introduce these features, they face competition from other mirrorless brand competitors.