I have a panasonic GM5 and a olympus EM1, and have used both for a reasonable amount of time now to get a good feeling with both of them. I process my photos in LR and don't keep the JPG, so default LR RAW with a few tweaks is my usual starting point. It's hard for me to quantify, but I find the LR rendering of the olympus RAW better than the panasonic RAW. They seem to be more rich and contrasty. Skin tones feel less flat and plasticky. Not sure if I am imaging it... I haven't performed any consistent direct comparisons, but just a 'feeling' I get from using both cameras and post processing in LR. Anyone else agree with me? Anyone have any suggestions on getting a better starting point with the panasonic RAW files? I have previously tried huelight profiles when I had my EM5 (and the profiles were cheaper then), but I was never that impressed with the huelight profiles, and generally preferred the LR default for the EM5.