I think we all get caught up sometimes in wondering weather this camera or that is better, faster, less noisy has better dynamic range or what-have-you. For the past year since I switched form using a DSLR to m43 I have had 5 bodies (E-PL1/P1/PL2, GF2and G2) several native of lenses (Olympus and Panasonic) and at least 3 entire sets of legacy lenses (Konica, Super Takumar, and Olympus) as well as a number of other lenses such as Pen-F, Pentax K, Minolta, Jupiter and Helios. after all that I have come to a few conclusions about my little experiment. First, I like the mini DSLR body form factor of my G2 better than any of the other m43 cameras I have had. My next m43 (whenever that is) will be that same style. Built-in EVF, articulating LCD and slightly larger. I find the G2 os something similar is great for the kinds of things I do and I don't see myself going back to the other body style anytime soon. Next, I realize that DSLRs will give me better images but I really don't see much difference in the IQ of any of the m43 bodies. Yes there are differences and if you see them as significant enough to make one camera more attractive to you than another then more power to you but of the cameras I've had I'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between a print made from any or all of them apart. Finally, I think think that we can all do more to improve our image by practice than we can buying new gear. This has been great fun and I have learned a lot. I enjoy the community mere and look forward to more learning and more fun. Now I'm going to spend some quality time learning/using my G2 until it breaks or I get to the point where it is limiting what I do (I guarantee it will break first).