Well, here I am once more, on the precipice of making a move BACK into MFT after having been away since December of last year. I really loved what the PL1 brought to my table, and have many a great 13x19 print on the wall from my travels with it. Now of course there's the PL3 coming out which would clearly be the ONE should I decide to go Olympus. I sold a 2nd camera I was using and when the funds arrive next week I need to decide if I want to JUMP into a G3 Panny or be patient for a P3. I'm not known for my patience that's for sure. But I've seen and noted more reviews on both cameras than I care to note. It "seems" that Olympus's approach is a bit more aggressive noise reduction and G3's approach is a little less noise reduction with retention of detail. But who can really say as there really isn't a final working version of the P3 being used, and needless to say NEITHER are exibiting true Adobe RAW or Lightroom results. So in a way I'm flying blind. I must admit the idea of the "built in" EVF on the G3 is attractive, BUT the VF-2 is clearly superior in it's overall quality. So it's a tough call there. The OLED ROCKS there is NO doubt. I just bought a new cell phone (the Samsung Infuse) which uses a 4.5 OLED and it was WAY brighter and richer than any other cell phone out there hands down. The focus speed is at least the best out there on the P3 as well. My wifes take on this is heck. the P3 is better than the PL1, and I loved what the PL1 produced, so it's more of a no brainer. She has a good point there. I tended to use the VF-2 plenty and it is superb. I prefer the size of the P3 to the taller more DSLR like profile of the G3 as well. The battery life is much better and a 2nd battery won't cost a arm and leg. Here I am talking myself into the P3. The REALLY tough decision is the lenses to add. The 20mm f1.7 Panny is a "No Brainer" for me and would have to happen. The tough part is I really had GREAT results with a 45-200OIS before, and it is certainly small enough. But I am greatly intoxicated with the idea of the 100-300OIS for just $600. I am NOT spending $900 for Oly's 75-300, that's just nuts. I'm very tempted to also add that cute new flash they are offering as it is adjustable for bounce and is considerably more powerful than the built in one just in case. Oh well. Decisions Decisions. We'll all have a very long wait till we get our hands on that P3 however, and I'll be counting away the days. Hope I can last that long, and that its worth the wait over a P3.