Long time Canon DSLR user that got bit by the idea of a smaller system. After enjoying a Canon EOS-M for about a year, I have become frustrated with its limitations in regards to no viewfinder and autofocus performance. I really love the size and portability of the EOS-M, so thought I would take a look at a micro 4/3 system for when I don't want to carry all the full size DSLR gear around. With that said, I am the proud new owner of a Olympus OM-D E-M10. Not sure what I want for lenses yet, so for now I grabbed a used Oly 14-42mm (original) to get my feet wet. On Flickr I am "Lone-Rider" and some of my shots can be seen here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/94358006@N03/ Looking forward to a whole new thing to get obsessed with! Update: Well after playing with the M10 for a couple of days I decided instead of letting MFT replace some of my DLSR gear, it can replace most, if not ALL of my DSLR gear. For that to happen though, I figured it wouldn't be long before I wished I had gone for the M1, so this morning I returned the M10 and picked up an M1 with the 12-40mm f/2.8. I could have saved some sales tax by going to BH or Adorama, but I am a big fan of Kenmore camera and like to give them my business when I can. I had to choke real hard, but in reality I have been trying to scrape up the cash for a Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 VC and once I started looking at the numbers, the 12-40mm with the current rebate costs just a bit more than half of that lens and should be as good or better build quality. Heck, for the price of the Canon 24-70 f/2.8L one could almost buy three of the Oly 12-40mm Pro lenses! Looks like I will spending time this week putting up Craigslists ads! Going to be selling my EOS-M, 1D Mk III, my SX50, and several lenses. I will hang on to the 6D and a few primes for now, but even they might go later this year.