Greetings, I've dug around on the web, and bits here, but can't really find answers, so I thought I'd register and ask: I'm normally a Nikon shooter and I want to mimic as much of my current control set as possible, to minimize re-learning with the Oly. On my Nikon D2x, the pic I just shot shows up on the LCD screen after I take the pic, and goes away when I half depress the shutter button. Unsure how to make the E-M5 do the same. I don't use liveview, and currently, I have to press a button (to the left of the FN1 button) to make the image appear, which isn't my style of shooting. I have the extra grip and battery, which is very nice, but I can't find out what the "lock" switch does on the battery part. Help here? When I have the grip in place, I have three dials on top. The rear dial I want for aperture control, and the front grip I'd like to set for shutter speed, with the middle one for exposure comp. How do I set this up? I tried reading the manual and it was.....less than clear. Finally (yeah, I've asked a lot of questions, sorry) what is the minimum version of LightRoom I need to read the RAW files? Google is all over the map on this. I have 2.7, which I've been very happy with, but I gather it won't read the RAW files. Cheers!