But wait, isn't the GH3 its successor? Large, $1300 body only, kits with the 12-35 or 14-140? Nice camera, but we've got significantly upscale from the GH2. The GH3 isn't a successor, it's a step upwards in the line. Okay, how about the G5? $700 body only, reduced control set, no manual video control? Reasonable follow-up to the G3, not a GH2. That's a six hundred dollar price gap between Panasonic's mid range camera and their high end. You know what I want? A proper GH2+. Give it the high end sensor from the GH3, manual video controls (possibly with more limited bitrates), a consumer type polycarb body, and a price tag of $900-1000, just like the GH2. It would be a direct competitor to the EM5, done in the usual Panasonic flavor. Anyone else feel like they fall right in the hole between the G5 and GH3?