I need a little help debating my next purchase. I made the mistake of looking at a classified ad on this site yesterday for a rather tasty-looking Fuji x100 for $850 and was distracted for the rest of the day, thinking of pulling the trigger on that item. Fortunately, the camera sold and I can focus a bit more on work today! At some point during my internal debate, I thought "I really should put that $850 toward an OM-D E-M5." My thinking was that I've started to assemble a nice collection of m4/3 lenses and I should put them to use someday on the top-of-the-line E-M5, rather than branch out into yet another type of camera. That makes sense, right? I love the X100's IQ and low-light abilities, but the E-M5 can basically match it, can't it? I'm actually hoping I can resist the urge to buy an E-M5 for the next 6-12 months and then pick one up cheaper used. Wish me luck with that resolution!