Hey Everyone, After watching Digital Rev's video today about the EPL-3, Kai highlighted a few issues in his own way that I had been thinking all along (even before the 3 camera announcement). Now that all 3 are out and a few Mini experiences as well. I wonder how everyone feels about all 3 cameras. I'm not sure how to setup a poll to see which camera everyone would prefer to get. EP3 For me, the EP3 is the standout out of the bunch and good on them that they made it the flagship (which wasn't necessarily the case with the EP2 when the EPL2 came out). I'm glad they didn't add an articulating screen as it would just make it a bit more bulky. EP3 mini For me, the Mini was done just right from the initial reviews. A more true point and shoot and coupled with a 17mm or 14mm would be nice to have. In some ways, I almost wish Olympus had taken it a bit further and maybe drop the interchangeable lens and given it like a 17mm fixed lens f2. Yeah yeah, I know it kind of goes against the mu-43 concept but I really think an optimized mu43 fixed lens solution would be a huge hit and probably keep a lot of X10 customers looking at Olympus. Add touch focus on the screen and I would have made it a must have cam for me. It's out of the box for the mu43 crowd but I think it would have been an interesting approach and the concept has been proven with the X100. EPL3 The one that I don't really get is the EPL-3. It's less expensive, but really not that much when you consider an interchangeable lens systems, any additional lens would be way higher then the cost savings between the EP3 and the lite. The screen is of lower resolution and hardly even articulates. Just added mass for a slide down screen. Higher burst rate sure, but how many times does a 3 to 5 frames per second really matter to a m43s shooter. If speed of the essence, you'd be shooting with a dslr. I can't imagine where the extra 2 fps really makes a difference to 99% of m43s owners 99% of the time. Summary: For me, I think Olympus missed a real opportunity to make some major news. They could have priced the EP3 $100 cheaper (if they hadn't made an EPL3 investment), launch a fixed lens Mini and made some real waves rather then what is seen as just an update to their line with fast focus. Since the launch of the 3rd gen cameras, I've actually grown to like my EP2 again and not really looking to upgrade as was the case when their were previewed. The onboard flash of the EP3 and faster focus for legacy glass does keep me thinking of it though.. but I also want the mini with a 14mm. I think Kai even though tongue in cheek in his review of the EPL-3 pretty much hit the mark.