So I currently have the o17, p20, and p25 and got myself just about convinced with my shooting style the p20 is the one I should be keeping from a fov, character and sharpness perspective. It blows the other 2 out of the water shot wide open and has something about the character of the photos I really like. HOWEVER with my e-m5 in combination with the 1/8th delay I need to avoid shutter shock and the autofocus speeds I'm missing shots. I'm a candid "capture the moment" type shooter and I need to capture that natural smile, laughter or activity my son, family and friends are doing. I've read that the E-P5's autofocus is 45% faster than the E-M5. I'm curious for anyone that has had the E-M5 and p20 that may have switched to the E-P5 or E-M1 if you notice an improvement in autofocus. I'm aware the Panasonic bodies focus the p20 faster (I come from a GH2 and GX1) but auto-iso in manual mode and 5-axis ibis has become a bit too much of a staple for me to let it go. Also the 1/8th delay needed for the E-M5 and E-P5, is that still needed on the E-M1 to avoid shutter shock or are folks with the E-M1 using the 5-axis without any shutter delays with high success of sharpenss in that shutter speed zone? My ideal situation is the p20 focuses like the Panasonics and it would be awesome not to have the 1/8th delay. I wish Oly even had a 1/16 or 1/32 delay if it takes the same effect.