I've had my E-M10 for less than a year. It replaced my Canon 7D and high end lenses. Made the change as I was tired of lugging around the big equipment. Used the 7D for sports, portraits, street photography and loved the results. I took the E-M10 with me to Europe in the summer and was very happy with the pictures from this beauty. Did what I expected and was a pleasure to shoot with. Even the pancake zoom worked well in good light. I am also into taking pictures of my kids playing sports, indoor and outdoors as well as pics of my dogs running and playing. The 7D and fast lenses were perfect for all of that. I have to say that the E-M10 is terrible for any action photography. I use the 45 1.8 last night for indoor soccer. I also shot with the 40-150 outdoor soccer a couple of weeks ago and the E-m10 auto focus is so poor for for action. didn't realize that it would be that disappointing when I first bought this camera. While I do love this camera for everyday stills, landscape and street photography, the lack of decent autofocus has me down. Most good quality mirrorless camers will do a good job with everyday photography. So I don't think the results with the E-M10 outshines the others. So, now I'm on the hunt for a good action camera to replace th E-M10. What would you do? The E-M1 is just to large.....and not really a huge step up for action focusing from what I've read. I'm now starting to think that the a6000 may be a good option?? DSLR is out as not prepared to go large again. Any comments will be appreciated.