I bought one of the first E-M1 cameras. It was put through hell: water and dust, snow and high temperatures - more to the point it hit the road twice, was repaired by Luton cameras, and was finally retired last summer in favour of the E-M5ii. . . . I've been missing it ever since, and today I bought a replacement, shiny and lovely (and very sensibly priced with the free grip and 100gbp cash back) - when I registered it I was amazed to find that the previous body still had 6 months service plus left and this one was covered until 2018. It might seem odd to be buying a camera that's been around for so long, but the final decision was after fiddling about with a Nikon D750 at WEX. . . . I do have some alternatives but it's lovely to have a young and virile E-M1 again, and I'm right up for that Pen-F if it's what it should be.