...give up DSLRs, that is. When I got my E-P1 over a year ago, I figured it was a brilliant little camera but couldn't replace an SLR as I wanted to use it. Then this year I picked up a GH1 and a couple of m4/3 lenses, and I really started to think that here was a camera that (along with the E-P1) could replace my Canon DSLRs completely. Problem is, every time I start to think about going all m4/3, I pick up my Canon DSLR and remember why I used them for so long. Call it inertia, long-time loyalty, but I can't bring myself to dislike the size and weight of a DSLR system enough to send it packing, and there was never the slightest reason to ditch it based based on IQ, UI, and performance. So...I guess I'm struggling to find a reason to sell something that never did anything wrong to justify selling it. I'm don't know what it will take to wean me off them, and I'm thinking that it's not going to happen anytime soon.