Sigh, two different issues with the OM-D have brought my shooting to a halt. Anyone seen these before and/or talked to Olympus? I will probably send it for service anyways, just wanted to note this for the record and to see if I am missing anything obvious. 1) The FL-LM2 flash that comes with the OM-D doesn't seem to sync up with the shutter in any of the Auto/TTL modes. It fires but I get a black under-exposed picture. It only syncs when set to full manual at 100% power but then the picture is over exposed. I get this regardless of the P/A/S/M/iAuto mode. I have tried playing around with the sync speed set to all values from 1/60 to 1/250 and x-sync slow limit set to 1/60. The shooting distance is 6-10ft and at low light, so not an exposure issue. Also, replacing the FL-LM2 with a FL-300R gives perfect results at the same settings. 2) The second issue is that the camera intermittently stops recognizing my native lenses. The screen remains dark with no indication that the lens is attached. Cannot take a picture. Have tried this with the PL25 and the Oly 45 and a freshly charged Oly original battery. Have tried cleaning the contacts and pushing the pins manually to see if anything is stuck. This happened once, then all of a sudden the camera detected the lens. A day later, its back to not detecting the lenses. If I attach an older legacy lens via an adapter, no electronics, then I can take pictures. I updated the OM-D to firmware 1.5 and have tried the hard reset. No effect. Thanks All.