Hi Folks, I'm considering an mFT and entry level DSLR like the Canon T3 or Nikon D3100. Background: I take pix of my kids playing sports, portraits of them, and photos of our work products to make brochures. By no means am I a very experienced photographer and my previous experience is only with point and shoots. But photo quality is very important. Unfortunately, I have a budget to adhere to, so I want to get the best photo quality and features for the money. Ideally I want DSLR quality photos, something easy to use, Live View, HD movies (720p is fine) and a price that is not very high - $400 to $600. Small size would be great, but I want to get the best value I can for the features and photo quality. How does mFT photo quality compare to DSLR, considering that the sensor is smaller? Is the Sony Nex3 a good choice? It seems like the mFTs are just as expensive as entry level DSLRs, and size aside, wouldn't I get better photos and have more lens options w/DSLR? There are trade-offs that each camera offers, which makes a decision harder to come by. The Pana G2 looks cool, but isn't cheap. The Canon T3 is much larger but perhaps takes better photos? The Oly Pen doesn't seem to have a built-in flash. The Sony Nex3 apparently has barrel distortion and is not cheap either. Picking a camera is driving me insane. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks!