I do have to say, the new Panasonic G9 has a couple of killer features I really wish Olympus had implemented on the EM1 II. Firstly, an AF joystick. If you have never used one, I can't tell you how nice it is to move the AF point around using this joystick (and it's doesn't tie up the 4 way D-Pad on the back). Both my Nikon D500 and Fuji X-T2 have them and they are a joy to use. Secondly, USB charging. Again something the G9 and XT-2 can do which is great when you are away from an AC socket and can either charge in the car or via an external powerbank. Much bigger EVF that's zoomable (different magnifications) - haven't seen this in the flesh yet, but from what I have read it's supposed to be simply sublime. 4K @ 60fps and a proper slow motion (Full HD) at up to 180fps. Top LCD display is also really nice so the rear LCD can be facing inboard for protection most of the time and still be able to see the settings without having to raise the camera to your eye. At first I thought the G9 was much bigger than the EM1 II, but looking at the specs it's only a few mm wider and taller (136.9 vs 134.1 W and 97.3 vs 90.9 H), although it is 84g heavier. If i knew the Dual Sync IS would work with my Olympus Pro Lenses (12-100 and 300mm F4) - which of course it won't, then assuming it's as good as the reviews say, it would be mighty tempting ! Anyone else think the G9 looks like a really nice camera ?