PL1, PL2 and with the PL3 we got a PM1. When the PL5 came we got PM2. Sadly, the PL7 did not bring with it a PM3. The PM2 is just small enough for me to use it as a coat pocket camera; yet it's just big enough to accommodate larger, heavier adapted lenses comfortably. A 135/2.8, for example. I was very happy with its ergonomics. The PL7 solves my main pet peeves on the PM2: mechanic first curtain that gave me shutter shock and poor implementation of IBIS. Okay, great, almost perfect, now, where's the smaller version without the flippy screen? I ended up buying a GM1 which also did away with my Olympus pet peeves. It presented a few more, however: fiddly menus, no zoom-in comparison in playback like on most other m4/3s cameras, touchscreen off anyway because I keep bumping it, and mainly, with or without the Hoson grip it's too small to handle large lenses. The grip makes it worse because your fingers get stuck between the grip and the lens. The 15BCL with its ridges actually HURTS my knuckles if I'm using the grip. The Panasonic grip actually looks better but it doesn't have a battery slot or tripod mount. Ugh. So, GM1 will be good for m4/3s lenses that are small - fisheye, BCLs, 14, 15, 20 (not really, though; it's too wide), 25/1.8, 45, etc. But for adapting, you'll need a PL7. But the PL7 is rather big for when you need it discreet. Anyway, I'm not really looking for a reply here. Just a rant that I want a PM3!!