I find something that is often overlooked with Micro 4/3rds is Image Ratio. After shooting a 3:2 Canon SLR for a while, I am drawn back to M4/3 and the 4:3 ratio. Generally speaking, though of course there are exceptions, I think 4:3 is better for portraits, especially in the vertical orientation. Furthermore, for publication, in a traditional magazine print format, 4:3 is actually the preferable format IMO with less potential for post-shot cropping by publishers. Anyways, I feel like there is a ton of technical feature-based discussion on m4/3 versus the big two and other systems, but very little discussion or attention drawn to the fact that M4/3 is a entirely different aesthetic because of the different native image ratio... shooting 4:3 vs 3:2 are very different regarding composition. Anyways I dig the fact that this system isn't just one more 3:2 35mm format camera system. What do you guys think?