I have both an E-P2 and E-P3 arriving tomorrow, though, I really only need one camera. Long story short, we have some summer trips coming up in the very near term and I was feeling some pressure to get my first MFT (had been researching for a while). The E-P3 preorder was looking suspect, so I jumped on an E-P2 body for $349 from Cameta. Shortly thereafter, I read Tom's post re: E-P3 stock at Olympus' store, so, of course, I placed an order. Doh. Should I keep the E-P2, using the extra money for lenses, and wait for a new Pro Pen/E-P4 with improved IQ? Or, would the E-P3 be an easier way to break into MFT, keeping me happy longer? I am moving up from point and shoot and mostly will be using the camera for travel (street scenes, landscapes) and backpacking. I debated keeping the E-P2 body for a backup and outdoor activities, but seems like a waste of good hardware (mostly sitting on the shelf). I am leaning towards keeping the E-P3, assuming that the IQ, at least in RAW, will be equal and that I will appreciate the performance improvements. But I will probably feel less guilty (spouse) about going with the E-P2 and maybe this is a better place to start?