I think not having the ability to set a minimum shutter speed with auto ISO is one of the maddening oversights about our format. Hadn't been much of a problem until last week when I did some street shooting in Seattle's Pike Place market. Due to the wildly changeable lighting I used A mode with auto ISO and dialed exposure comp up and down as needed. Problem was, the camera usually used 1/60 sec and a lot of those shots were motion blurred. I solved that by fixing the ISO, but it would have been really nice to do what I was doing at first, but limit the shutter to, say, 1/160 sec or more. I remember reading that there is a "cheat" to set a minimum shutter speed in some m4/3 cameras, related in some way to the flash. However, I never took notice when I came across that trick and can't remember where I saw it.