I've decided to sell off my DSLR gear and start gearing up in the :43: world, primarily due to bulk & weight. I'd like to be able to take the camera to everyday social outings where size and low light handling become important. Initially, I plan to get 2 pancakes (14 f2.5 & 20 f1.7). I use RAW so don't really care about JPEG engines. Although the newer sensors like those in the GX1 and the E-M5 appeal to me for high iso reasons, the GX1 feels overpriced and the E-M5 looks bulky. Is it wise to pick up a used 12MP camera and hold until these newer sensors come down the line? Is it reasonable to expect this to happen within the next 12 months? I was thinking I could get a used GF2/GF3, which I should be able to find with the 14mm as a kit.