Hey Folks. New guy here. I have been shooting Nikon for years. A few years ago i started getting into Timelapse Photograph, then started designing my own motion control systems. I had been watching the Olympus OM-D like a hawk since it was first announced hoping it would be as good as was expected. I had been shooting with a Canon 60D and Nikon D7000, and about a month ago i sold the Canon 60D to fund an Olympus OMD as an ultralight timelapse camera. So far it has done well enough that I am now looking to sell off all my Nikon gear as well in order to get the 75 1.8 for portraits, the panny 7-14 for time-lapse, and possibly a backup OMD or one of the new E-PL5's coming out. I do a lot of video blogs and instructional videos on time lapse and dropping the Canon and Nikon seemed a bit risky, but as things have progressed I feel better and better about this decision. Hiking with a 15lb timelapse rail strapped to your back and another 15lbs of camera gear is not that much fun. So i am currently developing an ultra-light time lapse rail to compliment an ultra-light camera package will be very welcome! I am hoping to get the whole package under 12lbs. I hope to learn a lot, and i hope to be able to contribute as well!