So as you may know, you can see that i currently have a bunch of lenses and a G3 and EPM-1. I have currently used the G3 and the EPM1 i haven't used in about 6 months. I have some problems now handling the weight of my G3 with mostly legacy lenses. I know legacy lenses are generally heavier, so this is why i want the lightest body possible. Now due to the fact i use legacy glass, I would prefer a camera with this focus peaking feature. I don't want to spend more than 450-500, preferably as close to 450. Now the fact that i live in Canada limits my options. B&H might have good deals for Americans, but once you convert the currency to Canadian and add tax and customs, the price goes up quite a bit. The camera being brand new is not too much of an issue, i could get something used if in good condition. I have decided to some research and i have found out that the GM1 is the lightest (and probably smallest) body current available. Unfortunately the only stores near me sell it with the kit lens, which i most likely wont ever use. They also sell it for a slightly inflated price. I don't want to leave the micro four thirds system due to the fact that i have a bunch of lenses already. Does anyone have any better suggestions? anything that is lighter than 300 grams (body only) should work. Does anyone have any suggestions within the 450-500 dollar range? Cheaper would be even better. I could spend more, but the problem is, I would have to sell both my other cameras and I'm assuming the camera stores wont give me too much. I am honestly not sure what to do at this point.