I ordered my E-M10 from Best Buy in Scottsdale, Arizona on Monday and picked it up today. (Under another thread I had mentioned this sale price.) This was a first for me in several ways. In the past when I have had to order a camera from a store because they were out of stock, I got a message on or around the day it was supposed to be delivered saying that there were none available and my money was being refunded. Over the years that had happened to me three times and I was somewhat prepared for it to happen again. Let me say that I am a looooong time Pentax user with a K-110, K-5, K-5IIs two Q7’s and a bunch of film cameras in my photographic tool box as I like to call it. So, I was interested to see how Olympus presented their camera. I liked the classy packaging. The black and dark grey box and wrappers for the lens and camera body looked upscale. I made note of the DPReview Gold certificate prominently attached to the corner of the box top. Nice touch! I do not like that the instruction book relies on the user going to the CD for so much info. One item I looked up in the book referenced me to page 73 and when I went to page 73 in the book it was a different language and that did not look like they were discussing ISO settings. I was also a bit concerned when I inserted the battery and attempted to close the battery compartment that the latching mechanism was not sprung and I had to purposely slide the latch closed. I know in my haste I am going to improperly shut that some day. I think we’re all little kids when it comes to getting a new camera and want to play so I was pleased that the battery had sufficient charge to allow me to set the date and time and take several quick shots before it required a recharge. As when I used the demo unit for a while, my initial reaction is that it is a quality item that feels really good in my hands and I am looking forward to having that darn lazy battery charged so I can start using the bugger. Well, it’s Friday so maybe I’ll shower and go out for dinner with my lady and when I come home the battery will be ready. Now that the camera is here I will be ordering several Wasabi back up batteries and one of their more portable wall mount chargers.