Hi all. I've just taken possession of a used but mint EM5 with the HLD-6 grip to compliment my Panasonic GX7. Being new to M4/3 and most especially Olympus, I was wondering if a more seasoned enthusiast could answer the following questions please ? 1. When using a Panasonic lens on the EM5 (for instance my Panny 14-140 Mega OIS II), does it matter in which position the OIS switch is in on the lens ? i.e. Does the EM5 always use in IBIS system regardless of whether the mounted lens has in lens OIS and is switched on, or does the OIS switch on the lens override the IBIS, and in any case, which is better ? 2. Whilst I love some of the more advanced features of the GX7 (peeking, wifi, titling EVF etc.), I am finding the overall picture quality (especially jpgs) slightly better out of camera in the EM5, more so especially high ISO. The Panny seems to smudge fine detail whereas the EM5 appears to keep it longer. That being said, for standard jpg output, is there a good starting point for a picture control setting to use (I'm currently using a standard "natural" setting) ? 3. I find the quick access to things like WB, ISO, etc, very good on the GX7, but aside from the SCP, is there a better way of getting access to these quickly, or is SCP the best method ? 4. Like the above, bracketing is a one step click on the GX7, but I'm finding it a little difficult on the EM5. Any pearls of wisdom of how to set the camera up for quick access to exposure bracketing ? 5. Any other tips and tricks (or links) to set up and use the camera to it's fullest, gratefully received. Cheers.