Inspired by the other thread inquiring what mode OM-D shooters most use, I come with a related question. Basically, what method and settings do you use for focusing? Mainly, what focus mode, AF size, button configuration and features/settings do you use? For me, I actually use all the focus modes pretty frequently, except maybe S-AF alone. Generally, I'm in S-AF + MF. I've been alternating between having MF assist on or off, but I think I will leave it off because it's too easy to accidentally turn on with some lenses. For portraiture, I generally use MF mode, and have Fn 1 set to AFL. I'm actually considering making this my primary focus mode. I generally use a small center AF point, but pretty much always have face detection with nearest eye focus activated, which is extremely useful. When you're aiming for critical focus on the nearest eye on a lens with shallow DoF, the "focus and recompose" technique becomes much less reliable, so having focus automatically set on the face without needing to recompose has come in handy on many occasions. I tend to use the medium sized AF area for street photography, as it simplifies the focus and recompose technique. Otherwise, I'll use the touch screen. I also actually use focus tracking quite often. For this I use the "Vivid" trick, as well as contrast +1 I'm a RAW shooter most of the time, so I don't mind that I may get oversaturated jpegs. I find tracking mode also quite useful for portraiture such as full body portraits where I don't really have to worry about the nearest eye being in focus. It's convenient for just setting your focus, then walking around your subject snapping pictures from different angles. When shooting fast moving subjects, I'll switch to the high refresh rate mode, which not only substantialy increases C-AF and tracking accuracy, it also highly reduces the lag of the image on the screen relative to real life.