So my Panasonic G2 died on me about 6 months ago and now I have the opportunity (*cash*) to get back into photography (I feel like I've been dying all those months missing all those shots). Now I have found 2 use cameras at a very good and low price (still dreaming of OM-D) and those are: Panasonic G1 Body = 125 Euros Olympus E-P1 Body = 135 Euros + 2 extra non brand batteries ... so about the same price. The issue is I'm not sure how good is the E-P1 screen (since is really low resolution) because I will use, mostly, with legacy lenses and here in Sicily the sun burns, almost, through your skin with that much light and the RAW IQ of the Panasonic G1 seems to be better (I shoot only RAW). Also the E-P1 has better high ISO performance. Now with Panasonic G1 is almost the same as my G2 (I will have to accustomed myself with the dial being on the front and Q Menu button on top but that shouldn't be much of an issue) is very tempting but I would really like IBIS for those legacy lenses but I would miss the EVF (a god send feature against this scorching light that I get here specially in the summer), the higher resolution screens for better judgement of focus accuracy if I would go for E-P1 instead. But the bigger grip would make it easier to hold an 270mm f 2.8 and 400mm f 3.5 equivalent legacy lenses. I like to shoot macro a lot (with a nifty fifty and macro tubes, and I would like to buy a bellow or a slide duplicator to try to get better results) and IBIS and high ISO would help me a lot (to get higher shutter speed for more sharpness and DoF) but so would a flipelly swivelly screen with higher resolution and better grip. And I would like to give more tries to "shoot for the stars" now that I see clouds once a month in the night sky. Would someone help me with some comments about easy of use with legacy lenses and IQ of this two cameras in comparison ?