Hoping for a little advice. I currently own a Nikon D7000 and several lenses. I have been a Nikon user for about 8 years but have found that I am no longer carrying my camera with me because of the weight of my f/2.8 zooms. I now realize that I am missing capturing memories of my kids because I often have nothing but my iphone with me. So I decided to sell off some of my least used lenses to try out a 4/3 system. For me the Olympus seems to fit, I like the look, size, compatibility with Panasonic and I have owned two Oly cameras before that I loved (including the film XA which I grew up with) and hear wonderful things about the quality. So I find myself looking at the E-P3 ($699), E-PL5 ($599), E-PM2 ($499). I haven't seen a live OM-D E-M5 but it looks like it might be a bit more size wise and $$ than I want to spend on just the camera body w/kit lens at this point (same with the E-P5 although I'd love one). I am willing to pay up to $700 with kit lens, then I plan to extend into the 40-150 zoom, 45 1.8 oly and 20 1.7 panasonic to go with the kit lens. So questions: Should I be considering the E-P3 at all? I'm sure it was top of the line once, but the sensor is older and the image quality better from the newer ones. Is that a fair statement? Beside the mode dial (I almost always shoot in A mode), what would i miss on the E-PM2? Thanks for your insight.