Hi everybody. Thanks to a wonderful marketing campaign from Olympus, I had the ability to test the OM-D E-M1 and E-M5 for one day this week. I enjoyed it very much and took lots of pictures with them, all RAW+JPEG (I always shoot RAW only, but I needed the JPEG to get a look at Olympus colors), including some comparison with my current camera (Canon 40D) I always work my photos with Lightroom and do not paln to change this. The day was real fun... but when I began to look the photos... that was a huge disappointement. I didn't like at all the colors I got... especially the reds that have a yellowish tone. Same problem with E-M1 and E-M5 as the colors were very similar with the 2 bodies. I made some testing, comparaisons with my Canon pictures and with the Olympus JPEG that looked OK. I think I managed to find a good starting point. I set the "camera calibration" to "Camera Natural" instead of "Adobe Standard" and I set the contrast to -10. I don't like the colors I much as I like what I get from my Canon but they are OK (and maybe more accurate). I believe that some of you here use Olympus OM-D cameras & Lightroom. How do you configure Lightroom to get colors you like? It's a highly subjective subject but that can give my ideas to investigate. Do some of you use the "huelight" profiles and how do they compare to the "camera natural" profiles? (I may get them for my E-M10 but I won't buy them for two cameras I've used only one day) Thanks in advance for your help.