I'm looking for a small, lightweight, powerful kit to take into the outdoors with me. Options: EPL2: cheaper, only 720p video, supposedly faster AF with the MK2 kit lens EP2 slowww AF, 720p video, includes the electronic viewfinder addon EPL3: supposedly has the fastest AF in the industry (?) with the new processor and at any rate is a huge improvement over the 2-series cameras. no built in flash but comes with an external, 1080i video, tilt screen, 5fps drive mode EP3 built in pop-up flash, same fast AF, 3fps drive mode (slower than EPL3), OLED touch screen, obviously the newer cameras are gonna be more expensive, but for the type of photography I do/want to expand more into (action/adventure, skiing, mountaineering, climbing, outdoors, etc) I can find a plus to each model. The included viewfinder of the EP2 would be nice, and is apparently almost a necessity on that model camera. I can't find anything to indicate if the new OLED screen on the EP3 is good enough that the viewfinder isn't necessary but the camera hasn't been out long enough to tell. The super fast AF is also a draw since anything I take pictures of will be moving quickly, but do I really need super super fast AF or is the improved AF of the EPL2 enough? I don't much care about 720p vs 1080i video. Right now I'm thinking EPL2 (very reasonable prices too) and the new 14-42 MK2 kit lens but I'm really confused and am having a hard time picking one over the other...thoughts? Also haven't even looked at Sony or Panasonic. Should I be considering these options?