I just back from Turkey and noticed something very interesting while I was there. Nearly all the tourists had cameras. Not a big surprise of course. But I saw way more DSLRs than I would have expected. Most were some variation of the entry level models from Nikon and Canon. I did see quite a few sonys too. That isn't the interesting part. I started to pay close attention to the cameras people were shooting and especially the non compact and non dslr shooters. I saw quite a few people shooting nex cameras. Always easy to spot because of the massive silver lenses. I saw two Fuji xpro or xe1s and even a Leica m9. Of the micro 4/3 shooters I saw a half a dozen Panasonic shooters but only one G and it was a G5. I saw a few olympus cameras but not one person was shooting an EM5 other than me. I saw a few epm1 or epm2 shooters all with the kit lens. I saw one guy shooting an epl1 with a 14mm. F/2.5 and I saw one other girl shooting and epl5 with what I believe to be the 17mm f/1.8 but couldn't get a close enough look. It was a completely un-scientific study of course but I was shocked that I didn't see more micro 4/3 cameras and really shocked that I didn't see one other person shooting an em5. The amount of dslrs was staggering compared to the number of micro 4/3 cameras of all variants. I knew that of the overall numbers micro 4/3 was small but i didnt expect it to be that small i guess. The system has a long way to go to make in-roads in the market but ten years from now I wonder if the average person will be still using an entry level DSLR or will it be micro 4/3.