Is there general agreement that none of the current :43: cameras are really suitable for fast action/sports? I'm not talking pro sports or anything - just kids stuff? If not, what current bodies are considered adequate? Spec-wise it seems like the GH2 will be the first good sports shooter in :43: land. Fast AF; decent FPS; but I'm not sure about tracking action in the EVF. My baseline for comparison is what I'm currently using: a Canon 40D with a 55-250 f/4-5.6 for outdoor stuff and 85/1.8 for indoors. I also have an E-PL1 with just a 14-42 for now. The Oly is fast becoming my camera for everthing but fast action. I'm thinking (always bad) that it would be great to replace the Canon with a :43: body and have a more efficient overall system. I'm hoping some :43: users can share their experiences shooting fast action, especially if they have come from DSLRs more known for that type of photography. Thanks!