I'm wondering how would the OM-D function with the Canon MP-E 65mm f 2.8 Macro especially the power of IS beyond 1:1 magnification. I know that IS will be able to stabilize less and less with more magnification/closer minimum focus but I'm hoping that the excellent IBIS would make at least 2x-2.5x usable. I'm really sad about no interest in Tilt-Shift lens, native mount please, for Micro Four Thirds, even the ultra wide angle Canon 17mm is only 34mm on any Micro Four Thirds and that's now wide enough for Landscape and Panoramas. Although I would go back to APS-C for specialized lenses like the Canon 5x Macro and/or the Tilt-Shift one the weight keeps haunting me, more so after an accident that really put a pressure on my bones and joints of my hands (and I'm only 24 and can't make a good strait line with a pencil) and it will only get more difficult from now on. I think I'm going to upgrade my Panasonic G2 soon (in summer maybe) instead of jumping ships (if only Samsung had IBIS on NX I would have bought it yesterday), that is if Oly doesn't get the 2nd generation of OM-D out this year (please make WiFi built-in).