This weekend while shooting really high contrast landscapes, I ran into the shutter limit of 1/4000 yet AGAIN, and it really bugs me. Not a common problem, I know, but one that occurs to me not infrequently. I love Panasonic, have owned most everything they've made at one time, but am not willing to shell out the extra bucks for the GH4 for video capability I simply never use. And now with the EM1 approaching $900 during some sales, it's very tempting. My concerns: A. How hard is it to get used to the non-fully articulating LCD? B. How bad, really, are the famously bad menus of Olympus, and are there easy ways around them? C. If I shoot on a tripod almost 100% of the time, how useful will I actually find the IBIS? D. I often shoot early blue and later golden hour landscapes; has anyone taken, say, 1600 level shots of landscapes and noticed appreciable noise? I'm not really concerned with sensor differences otherwise at base ISO, since from what I can tell any differences would be pixel-peeping only. Thanks!