Firstly, apologies for yet another shutter shock issue thread, I know this is the type of decision only the individual user can make for him/herself and I'm leaning towards not keeping it but it seems from initial searches, other potential replacement bodies might have it also, so now i'm not so sure if I'm keeping it or not. I knew before buying my e-m5, this was potentially an issue with this body. I also wasn't that sure of it since many notice it but just as many claim it's due to user technique or people with unreasonable expectations from their camera. I was hoping it was the latter, or at least something that wasn't as bad as it was made out to be, which can sometimes happens with the internet. Now after a week's worth of usage, I'm not totally happy with many of my images and tests done show consistently non-sharp images between 1/60 to 1/320 sec. It's actually not so bad at 1/250 or 1/320 but at 100, 125 and 160, my "favorite" shutter speeds for street and general usage, there is noticeable enough lack of sharpness. I've spent the last three days testing multiple different settings, IBIS on/off, IBIS/OIS, anti shock, different holding techniques and so forth. Some users reported the anti shock helps but I haven't had any noticeble differences in my tests. I've searched my images and 95% of them shot at 160 are noticeably softer than most, many quite clearly fuzzy even without having to magnify the image. Lots more between 1/100 and 125, with a few I would call usable images. It's not so bad until I start to see just how crisp and sharp images are above 1/400 sec and realize the difference in quality and sharpness. I've read a lot of posts with people mentioning it and asking questions and such but none of them mention if they kept their camera's or were fine working around the issue which is why I'm curious to see if people kept it or not. I'll post my own pics of what I mean shortly.