I haven't really chimed in on the forums for a while mainly because I haven't really been acquiring any new equipment of the sort. For nearly four years I been using an Olympus E-P3 which I still have and still works (And is actually better condition in my opinion than the E-M5 I just got). As I remember B&H observes jewish holidays and hours, so I know I probably won't hear anything back from them until maybe monday or tuesday, but I sent them an email anyways. I got this E-M5 from their used department with an item ranking of 8+ which is basically "Shows moderate wear or finish marks", which I figured for the lowest price I could find with a ranking like that from a reputable store I've bought from before (never bought anything used on there, but plenty of new stuff), would be a pretty good deal. The description didn't seem to describe much other than what came with it and features (ie: body only, battery/charge, cables and strap). But when I opened it up I noticed there seems to be an odd brown film on parts of it, sort of like when you play with super-glue and you touch something and you leave a little spot on the surface that you can't remove unless you try to scratch it off. Then over by the mode dial it was much clearer that something was on the camera, most obviously there. Seems like at every seam around the top chassis of the camera and viewfinder/hot-shoe mound that there appears to be a brown crusty sort of epoxy along the seams. As well as a couple small dents (corner of the EVF mound on front, small dent over by the top left corner of the body, about 5 little dents into the bottom of the eye-cup as if pull down with pliers maybe, either that or someone was lightly chewing on it), and mounting some of my lens has more of a metal/scrape to it, not enough to be alarming but enough to make it seem like it's been thru more than the E-P3 I been using constantly for 4 years. So far it seems to be functional and working, but I'm not sure if I should be concerned about all that brown that appears to have grown out of the seams (kind of hard to say it "leaked" out, but I guess it could have as it was drying if it is glue). Like for example if they may have an impact on the camera's weather sealing capability. Anywho, without further ado, some pictures of the areas: I do want to keep it since I haven't upgraded my E-P3 in forever but I don't feel like it's an 8+ like it was advertised for the price they were asking. But I'm trying to decide if I should try to work out some kind of partial refund for the condition, or if the sealing may lead to worse problems and just return it, and just save up for either an E-M5 or E-M10. Edit - Additional Pictures after wiping it down some more with a micro-fibre cloth And screenshot from Bing Cache. Original Url which shows as unavailable due to being sold with most information removed. Cached URL from Bing Search And they didn't send the flash unit that was advertised as being included in the box on the same page.