Hello everyone, I just noted that the magnesium alloy part of my silver OM-D is prone to be scratched easily. On the picture attached you can see scraches all over the lower part of the camera (the picture was taken with an iphone, so, not a good quality). I always use a bag for my camera and it seems that I have scratched the lower part with my fingernails . I can also see a few scrathes on the upper part. I don't know why that happens. Neither my 30 years old FED nor Minolta (both with magnesium alloy silver bodies) can be scratched so easily (though I should admit they have a rather different feel). Also my Canon G9 (the samed rugged plastic body as Nikon and Canon DSLRs) seem to have no scratches at all regardless of being used without any bag at all. It seems that Olympus used some sort of cheap alloy material, different to the one used on the legacy cameras and therefore it is being damaged easily. Has anyone else noted the same thing?