Recieved my E-P2 with the 17 2.8 lens. FL-14 flash and an extra battery. I am very, very impressed with the image quality. Bit of a challenge moving through the various set-ups, particularly deciding how to choose my own focus point but I'm almost there. May end up dedicating the arrow keys to that function. Upgraded to firmware 1.1. Focus is faster but it wasn't all that slow to begin with. I shoot RAW and my update to CS5 arrives today so I'll be able to do the conversion directly in CS5 (vice my old CS3 which won't recognize the files) without using Master 2 which is a bit cumbersome and requires a save to tif. I'm impressed with the results from 17 2.8. Bit more depth of field wide open than I expected but it's very sharp. The files take alot of post processing filters without any degradation in image quality. I use NIK filters pp extensively. Dynamic range is better than a point and shoot by a large margin but not up to my 1.3 crop sensor's. The pana 20 1.7 arrives today. Really looking forward to using that as well. I'm also impressed with the FL-14. Exposure is nicely done and it fills a nice size room with light. Very small and easy to put in a pocket. I think I'm going with a wrist strap. I removed those annoying and noisy metal clips that the neck strap attaches too. My plan for this camera is as a walk around. I've got a 1DMKIII with a 50 1.2, 16-35, 135, 180 macro, 70-200 2.8IS and all the kit that goes wit it but even with one of the lighter lenses it's just too much to carry around all day. The image quality of the e-p2 is close enough that I know I will really enjoy it and use it a lot more than the MKIII which I'll still use for more serious work. I think the 4/3 format is an excellent vehicle for transitioning into a Leica M9 for example. I'm looking forward to getting a Summicron 35 in a couple of months to use on e-p2 in the mean time. So the evf will be my next addition. I really enjoy this forum and look forward to a long time with the 4/3's format.