I am having a major problem with Olympus Service. I dropped my EM-10 about 2 months ago from about 1 foot. The shutter locked closed and the camera would not turn on. Since it was out of warranty, I sent it Olympus and paid the service fee. The camera was sent back to my with the shutter fixed, but the camera would still not power on. The camera was sent back again. Again it was returned and appeared to be working. I charged my batteries and took the camera on a camping trip this past weekend, After 2 or 3 shots, the camera would not power on. I changed the battery and all seemed to be working again. I took a few more shots, but when I returned home, the next day, the camera again failed to turn on. Something is wrong and is messing up the batteries. I called Olympus Service back and asked if I could have a replacement camera since they have failed to diagnose the problem the previous two occasions. I was told they would replace it, I just needed to send it back. Olympus received the camera today and say it is "working fine" and that i need to send my batteries and lenses in, so they can diagnose the problem. I have already wasted 2 months with them "diagnosing the problem". I would like to have the camera replaced as I was promised. It has become a hassle sending the camera to Olympus (three times already) and now they want me to send more items. Any advice on what to do? I am have been without my camera for almost 7 weeks and am getting super frustrated.