I know I did this once before and seems like we ended up with our own little G2 love fest...but I am genuinely curious. I recently sold my well loved G2 and went with an E-PM1 and E-P1. They are both fine cameras ands I really cannot criticize them but I found myself REALLY wishing I hadn't sold the G2. I just found it so incredibly comfortable and fun to use. The G2 has its fans on the boards and that's great. What I am curious about is the idea that the G2 somehow has inferior to all the other bodies (both Panasonic and Olympus). The funniest comments are ones that praise the GF1 or G1 and yet mention the G2 as being one to avoid. Granted the G2 is a later model and some of that is related to expectations (like the GF2's biggest failure being that the GF1 came first). As I understand it the G2 shares the same sensor as the GF1, GF2, GF3, and G1. Even the Olympus cameras from E-P1 to present (the OMD being the exception) all use essentially the same sensor (albeit optimized a bit differently). I mean I can appreciate little subtle differences but my experience was that the G2 was every bit the camera the other GF and G series camera were with excellent ergonomics and handling to boot. I am excited to get another G2 and look forward to shooting with it again. It's too bad it was not better appreciated. I think it is still a very good camera and capable of very nice results. Very curious indeed.