I am getting ready to dip my toes in the m4/3 waters with an OM-D EM-10, and trying to decide between the two different kit lenses. While I will probably eventually get a small prime lens or two, to start with I will stick with a kit lens - also, the prices where I am are such that it doesn't make sense to buy the body without a kit. I am very interested in real-world experience with the EZ (power) zoom in particular - I've never used a power zoom and generally haven't liked this on the compact P&S cameras I've used - but that was mostly a while ago, maybe they've got better. What is the feel like? Do I understand correctly that there is no way to manually zoom? I'd be happy to hear comments on the optical quality, but my main priority is size, followed by ergonomics (which I've liked on the OM-Ds I've handled). At this point, I'm willing to compromise on optics (within reason) as this is an experiment for me with m4/3 - I've always been a D/SLR type, and have a full-frame kit I use a fair bit, but I need something smaller for travel and casual use. I've always hated the P&S digitals I've used before handling the OM-D series though. If I end up being happy with the experience I might look at more exotic/expensive optics in future, but for now I want something with modest size, good handling and decent quality. I really like the idea of the pancake zoom but won't get a chance to handle, or at least not more than a few minutes, and the power zoom feature gives me pause. I've read reviews but few have said much on the handling experience of the power zoom. Comments/experiences?