We M43 users love our gear small. We brag how, with an M43 body and a native pancake lens, we can shoot unnoticed. Some of us even post pictures showing our "small package" in hand. But in most of these pictures, the lens is hoodless. As soon as you add a proper hood to the Oly 45/1.8, the Oly 60/2.8, or even the Panasonic 20/1.7, you're much more conspicuous. Shouldn't we be honest that a hood will nullify much of our size advantage? Shouldn't we say, "With Micro Four Thirds, few will notice that you're holding camera--as long as you're willing to shoot without a hood"?