By compact sized, I mean E-PM2 size. Or, GX1 at maximum. Generally my idea about camera size has been 'smaller is better'. But after trying GM1, I learned there actually exists such a camera can be described as 'TOO small'. Although I like my E-P5, sometimes it feels little bit large and heavy. Granted, one needs somehow decent physical dimensions to acquire good ergonomics and performance, but I'm still missing my E-PM2 which has sold. Its control was lacking too far behind from good, but it was still very compact while maintaining longer battery life than GM series. These days almost every lines of models has grown bigger. GF7 may be an appropriate compact sized body, but it shares small battery with GMs. If there comes E-PM sized camera under 300g with two dials(+a mode dial of course) and decent battery life, I'll run into it. And how do you think of it? Do you satisfied with size of current bodies?