I currently own an Olympus EPM1 which is a fun little camera and I love the jpegs out of it. I also have the Olympus 14-150 lens, 45 1.8 and the Panasonic 100-300 which is the main one I use for wildlife photography. The only problem with the EPM1 is the size is a little awkward with the 100-300 lens though it can be done. I also wouldn't mind a viewfinder. I have tried the Panasonic G1 and G3 in the past and while they are great cameras looking through the viewfinders gives me a migraine relatively quickly unfortunately plus I like the Olympus colors as I generally shoot jpeg. I would love to have the Olympus EM5 and I have been saving money to buy it eventually. However I have a chance to get a Pentax k-x with 18-55 and 55-300 lenses for $375. I realize most everyone here uses micro four-thirds and I love it too but I was just looking for some input on which would be the better choice - being patient and saving for the EM5 or taking the deal on the Pentax k-x and lenses while using the EPM1 for portraits, more casual photography, etc. and using the k-x solely for wildlife. From what I have read the EM5 certainly sounds like it can handle wildlife photography well with the 100-300 lens. Any opinions very welcome. Karen By the way I will likely keep my EPM1 regardless as a second body.