I presently shoot with a FF D700 as I've posted elsewhere here. Love it... but its a brick when I'm travelling and it doesn't do video. My best glass is a Sigma 105mm Macro. Love it too and now realize what good glass can do but I'm hesitant to upgrade my Nikkor kit lens for travel as the brick would soon turn into an anchor. I intend to hang onto my D700 for macro, product shoots and low light work. But... I've been looking at moving to M4/3s since the fall and was hoping that the OM-D1 MII would have been announced by now. I have no real urgent need to purchase my travel camera right now... except that I just received a heads up from Henry's Camera here in Canada that prices of camera equipment will probably be rising by as much as 30% on April 1, 2016 to offset the US/Cdn$ differential. I've spent time at shops and shows reviewing all the smaller compact and M4/3 offerings and the more I look the more some look the same. I'm impressed with the wide range of glass available from both Oly and Panny and am leaning that way right now, but it will still come down to my basic travel and "new camera" needs. They are: • lighter than my D700 - that would make it all of the M4/3s • high end affordable glass - I love the looks of the Oly Pro series • video: for travel and for coaching - the latter to vimeo and youtube • photography: I'd be using the new system for: birding, landscape, travel (interior and exterior shots), and some sports so need at least true 5fps as I presently shoot with my D700 • raw files - I use Lightroom, ON1 Photo10 and Affinity Photo and shoot only Raw right now • excellent screen and VF as I have a wee problem with Macular Pucker in right eye What I don't know right now is whether I wait bit longer for the new OM-D1 if Oly is the way I'm going or to pick up the OM-D5 MII which has just announced Version 2 and 4K video availability. That last option would be beneficial in my coaching I would think, allowing me to both capture video and extract stills from that video. Which one has better video right now... the OM-D1 or the OM-D5 Mii? Or is there a better option in other cameras out there that will still cover as many of the above as I seem to need right now. The lightweight requirement is my first so I have no doubt that mirrorless is the way I am leaning, with a real lean to M4/3s at this point. Any suggestions would be welcome.