Hello everyone. I've been lurking around for a few weeks now as I made my decision on what camera to buy. Now that my camera has arrived, I thought I'd introduce myself. I ended up going the Olympus route for the internal stabilization (which I'm used to from my Sony cameras). I also love the retro styling. When I found an old G.Zuiko 40mm f/1.4 lens for $100 bucks, it seemed like the perfect match. It would be nice to have the E-P2, but since I didn't feel like I could justify $900 for a second camera, I went with E-P1 when I found one for $450 on eBay. I also like the silver and black of the E-P1. I actually got the lens before I got the camera, but the E-P1 kit with the 14-42 zoom arrived yesterday. Here's the combination. Looks like a perfect match. I'm using the Fotodiox adapter. I couldn't be happier with this combination. The lens is fantastic wide-open. I'm liking the bokeh as well (though I slightly mis-focused on this pic): I'm hoping to be more active as I use my E-P1 as my walk-around camera. My Sony a850 (which I love) will stick around, but it's too bulky and heavy for casual use. I'm not sure I'm going to be getting much use out of the kit lens (I like prime lenses and fast apertures). My next purchase is probably going to be the Panasonic 20/1.7. I'm looking forward to the future of :43:.