Hi all, Thinking of making the plunge, currently own a Canon 400D using an EF 50mm II f/1.8 (Rebel XSi for you US guys) and I want something smaller. So after much research I had decided to go for an E-P2, but then I checked out the GF1 and am in a bit of a pickle. The GF1: Pros: Better pancake kit lens, love high aperture! Higher res screen. I like the simple controls and the dial. The simple look seems as if it would age better than the PENs. Flash I guess, though with f/1.7 who needs it? Cons: EVF! from what I hear its not all that useful for manual focus, I'm not a big MF guy really though, but if I did find some cheap FD lenses I would be. Auto image rotation not supported unless an IS lens is used... this is not a biggie but it certainly is annoying. No auto white balance in manual mode? (can someone confirm?) E-P2 Pros: Cool design. In body IS. Great EVF. Cons: Low res screen. Pancake lens aperture.. (I'm used to the flexibility of f/1.8 with my canon) Control interface, 2 dials seems like it could be annoying shooting in manual all the time. Slower auto focus. Now I am aware before any of you say, that I can use either pancake lens on either camera, but really a bundled pancake is the more economical choice. I think possibly the biggest thing holding me back is the EVF, I'm wondering down the track perhaps Panasonic will released a new version of the EVF. Also the design of each camera is so appealing that it makes it hard to choose.