There are plenty of topics that cover how wonderful the E-M5 is. I've decided to be a spoilsport and start up a topic on where the E-M5 falls short. I've recently moved from a Panasonic G2 to the OM-D E-M5. The E-M5 blows my G2 away, but there are a couple of minor things that the G2 had that the E-M5 doesn't. Keep in mind, these are minor nitpicks and certainly not things that would keep me from this camera. *Timer doesn't support 3 shot mode (ie. take three shots after timer ticks) *Exposure can't be controlled after movie is started (except for AEL on one of the movie modes) *iAuto doesn't seem to be as smart as Panasonics iA (granted, I only use this if I have my settings set to something crazy and I need to bypass those settings to get a shot) *BatteryExtender handle makes in camera battery replacing a hassle *BatteryExtender handle can shift ever so slightly when used with a heavy lens if held certain ways. Out of these, the item I really wish the camera had a timer 3 shot mode that worked with bracketing so I could setup for long exposure HDR without worrying about bumping the camera in the process. What are your thoughts?