I'd read some rave reviews on the new GF6 with the updated 14-42 lens and have been trying, without success, to find one in a store. I got a call from my local shop last week and went to have a look. Now I am out of pocket by my Fuji X-E1 but have the GF6 twin lens outfit with the 14-42 and the 45-150 (which I believe is an updated lens too). I couldn't believe how quick it is with the touch screen focussing and shutter activation. The X-E1 has superb IQ but I often struggled trying to get grab shots etc - I don't think the Panasonic will give me any trouble there! The build quality is great, just heavy enough to feel well made and solid but still light enough not to worry about carrying the camera and both lenses around all day long. The screen is superb and the touch function really mitigates the lack of EVF/OVF for me. IQ wise I only managed to take a couple of dozen pictures so far but first impressions are very good - I was encouraged by many reviews which really rate the IQ. It won't match my Fuji in low light and extremes and I'll probably miss the wonderful Fuji colour rendition, but for 90% of my pictures (especially printed) I doubt I'll see much difference. What does matter is that with the AF capability I'll get pictures my Fuji would have missed. The two lenses are very compact and light but still feel well made - I am seriously impressed by the 14-42. The central part of the image is amazingly sharp for a lens of this price at every aperture, at 5.6-8 the edges also look pretty damn good. I'm sure the price of the little GF6 will start to drop but I just fell in love with it so was happy to pay £649 - this covers 28mm-300mm in 35mm equivalent so I'm pretty sorted lens wise. I have my CCTV lens so will get a cheap adapter for that and will also probably end up getting a couple of primes at some point (the 20mm and Olympus 45mm probably). The wi-fi control that you can get with the free phone app is excellent - effectively my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 becomes a fully featured remote control even showing the camera's live view on the phone screen and giving full control over the camera. The GF range really does seem to have come of age with this model. It keeps the fun, compact convenience of the previous models (it's a little larger than the GF3 I had) but has a much greater range of facilities for more serious shooting.