Received my E-PM2 black body today. Immediate first impression: quite a bit worse build quality compared to my one year old E-PM1 (also in black). E-PM2 appears to be almost fully plastic whereas E-PM1 is fully metal (it gets cold). The silver metal rim around E-PM1 is now made of cheap looking grey plastic. The design and overall build feel is reminiscent of E-PL1, arguably, the least attractive m43 camera. It's still on a cute side but it is unfortunate that Olympus decided to cut corners like that especially after getting used to E-PM1. Overall, it feels like downgrading (build quality wise). It feels terribly overpriced when in hand. I can confirm that Lens Priority IS enables Power OIS in my Panny 45-175mm X lens (no physical switch). I am very impressed with its stabilization for both stills and video. It also stabilizes live view at all times not just when half pressing the shutter button. I can also confirm that IBIS does not stabilize live view (just like E-PM1 so no surprise). I am unable to confirm if IBIS now works for video or it is still just digital IS. Need to do more testing on that. Didn’t have much time to shoot tonight (too much champagne) but will post some pictures and more info soon. Touchscreen is very sensitive. The LCD quality is quite average and possibly even less bright than E-PM1 (both at full brightness). Still trying to figure out if I can do “touch to focus” instead of touch shutter. Start up time is MUCH faster (virtually instantaneous), there is no shutter sound when turning it on, shutter lag is noticeably improved (and I thought E-PM1 was fast), shutter sound is noticeably quieter (more muted and digital sounding) than E-PM1.