First, it was all the overpriced Panasonic re-badges (continuing with the $300 addition of the red dot to an LX100). Then, it was all the M-digital cameras that lagged about 10 years behind everyone else in terms of technical specs like ISOs, video, burst rates, UI, etc. Now, they're selling a digital camera...without a bloody LCD. But wait...it's only $18,500. What a bargain! This has to be one of the most idiotic, self-serving things I've ever seen! It's funny because on the M240's page, they laud the brilliant LCD and its usefulness...then on the M 60 (a 240 without a screen) they're talking about how amazing its omission is. And who can forget the X-E. For a mere $2,000 (give or take, I'm using an average of the sources I've seen), you get something with ISO 12,500, no EVF, a non-tilting 2.7" screen and other nifty technology from 2005. In addition you get a fixed, non-interchangeable 35mm equivalent f2.8 lens. You know...for the kind of money that would get you an E-M10 plus a P14, P20 and O45. Boggles the mind.