I'm posting this in the hope that Olympus monitors mu-43 and sees a lot of agreement. Please, no critiques! This is not even a u43 photo! Even if you hate it, this is about the exposure... Many years ago I only had one, maybe two, frames left in the roll of B&W film loaded in my Olympus OM-4T (Plus-X?) and no more rolls. I was driving to my girlfriend's place on Boston's North Shore when I spotted The Flecha. I was willing to blow the highlights as I wanted detail from the dark areas. Two spot readings in the near black area below-right of "FLECHA", one on the lighter area of the hull beneath that, and one in a dark area in the sky. Considering reciprocity failure (compensated by two spot readings on the darkest area), I was near certain that the OM-4T's ability to average out those four (and up to 8) spot readings would give me at worst a workable exposure. It sure did, within a 1/2 stop. No second frame remained. I know no one wants more clutter in the already labyrinthian Olympus menu but why can't Olympus allow us to assign a button to multi-spot metering, a technology that they released with the OM-4 in 1983? Sure, I get a single spot reading and have a far more advanced metering system on my E-M5 II; sure, I could fiddle around a bit for the best bracket settings (my 32GB never fills)... but I still can't think of a faster and better way than four blind taps on a button to nail the above exposure. Maybe you think it's stupid. If so, is it more stupid than during-exposure Art Filters that you can apply post-exposure? If so, would you be required to use it? Please, especially if you've had the pleasure of using the OM-4(3)'s multi-spot metering and miss it occasionally.