I recently traded my E-P3 for a GH2 and it just arrived. I didn't traded because I have finally come to the realization that the RF styled body (be it, NEX, Panasonic, Olympus or what-have-you just doesn't work for me). I took some time to set it up the way I like and grabbed my P20 and took a walk. I figured I was going to like the GH2 as I am a huge fan of the G2 so I was figuring it would be more of the same. What I discovered it that I was pretty much correct except it is a definite step up. No camera is perfect but we choose to work around their quirks. The GH2 is no exception although I am finding the quirks to be far and few between. The biggest surprises (as in good) are the greater magnification of the EVF, the speed of AF and shot to shot and the extra level of customizability it has over the G2. It was also a very easy transition from the G2 to the GH2 because of how similar they are.A couple of unexpected pleasantries are the separate battery door (I never liked the SD card being in the same bay as the battery) and the finish (it seems to be much less prone to fingerprints and smudges than the G2. Of course the biggest change is the IQ. It is a nice step up, it has better high ISO and the video is full HD (and a separate mic input). I like it...a LOT. I especially like it because I was able to get it a cost that was significantly lower than a camera like the OMD. I really debated selling everything I have and getting an OMD but in the end I didn't see that it offered me enough to justify doing that. Mind you ME is the operative word there. I made the decision based on what I felt was the best decision for me. I know full well what the limitation of my choice of an "outdated" camera but I have come to realize that there is no camera that I could buy where IT is going to be the limiting factor im my photography. I am always the weakest link so I decided to make my decision on some more practical grounds. I have a keen interest in video and I felt the GH2 offered a bit more of what I was looking for (especially since I prefer legacy lenses when I shoot video so the 5 axis IS really wasn't an option anyway). I REALLY prefer the articulating LCD over the flip up screen and finally I felt the OMD's IQ was not sooooo much better than the GH2 that it would be worth the extra expense. What I find wonderful about m43 is that I can build a kit that is flexible, has great IQ and is easy on the shoulder when you drag it around. Also the fact that I have a nice selection of very good quality glass to choose from (not to mention how easy it is to use legacy glass). I feel like my P14, P20 and O45 give me nearly everything I need with my P45-200 (a VERY underrated lens) for when I need a longer zoom and the P14-45 as a really good walking around (although I generally keep it on my E-P1) lens. Also, the constant innovation that Panasonic and Olympus are doing (OMD and GH3 anyone?) means great gear and for folks like me we can pick up the "outdated" gear very reasonably. Seems like a win win. Now I am going to get about making some images.