Traded my brand new EM1, HLD7, 12-35 2.8 for a Canon 5D mk2, whatever grip they use, and some sort of... weird... 24-105 f4 L something or other. I have no idea. Canon has no soul. EM1 is an amazing camera but I need razor thin depth of field. Keeping the EM5 and all of my lenses. Well maybe not the 4/3s stuff. I'm really gonna miss this camera. Maybe I'll just buy another, sell off the EM5 for the better ergonomics of the EM1, plus PDAF. But I NEED a full frame camera. Or medium format, but I don't have a house to take a mortgage out on. Just sent my Mamiya 645 back to japan cause it was broken, gonna pick another one of those up. But in the meantime, I'll fool around with full frame canon digital. Ugh. I never liked Canon, too. More of a Nikon guy. But again, don't have the money for a D800e lol. d600 has oil issues, d700 doesn't have enough pixels, d610 is too expensive, and don't even get me started on the d3-4s/x/whatever So canon, with their post 87 lens mount and ef-s lenses that don't make any sense, and their goofy menus and not enough buttons, but it's cheap and it's full frame and... doesn't have the dynamic range as nikon, but is half the price. Am I doing the right thing? It doesn't matter, honestly. Still using my EM5 for a wedding this summer. Maybe an EM1 if I can save up enough money in time. PDAF is king for moving targets. The extra 1 frame per second doesn't hurt, either.