I am a newbie here, so be gentle! I am a long time owner of the GF-1 with the viewfinder, kit lens and the 20mm 1.7. I am looking to buy another camera and lens, this time an Olympus. I have pretty much decided on the 12-40mm Pro zoom. I just got back from vacation where I took only the 20mm and while it was great carrying around just one lens, I felt a bit limited. The GF-1's low resolution viewfinder continually left me disappointed and I missed having a zoom. From everything I have read, the 12-40mm will pretty much satisfy all of my short term needs. So that brings up the question of the camera. I love the "rangefinder" form factor, so the E-P5 has been calling my name. But then I wonder if the E-M10 with the grip is a better (and less expensive) choice. I have seen the pictures of both cameras with the 12-40mm and maybe both are overwhelmed by the size of the lens? I find myself using a viewfinder pretty much 100% of the time, so the quality of the viewfinder is important to me. I know the E-P5 viewfinder has the better quality, but is the E-M10's good enough? Any other thoughts? Maybe I should bite the bullet and buy an E-M1? Despite living on the outskirts of a major metropolitan area, there is no camera shop within an hour's drive. (Personally, I find this appalling!) So I am looking for some guidance from the forum. Thanks!