Hi all, I've had the OM-D E-M5 since for a little while now. It served me well so far (with the 25mm 1.4 lens) for its primary purpose: capturing pictures of my daughter who was born about 1 year ago. OM-D did a great job at first when my daughter was not moving much. The problem I'm running into is my daughter is about to turn one, is quite active and rarely sits still when we are at home. While I can sometimes get decent indoor shots with 125+ shutter speed and almost wide open or high ISO, I still often have a hard time freezing action of my daughter. I have tried the CAF function (without much success); I also tried the focus tracking feature, which seems to have a mind of its own, with even less success than CAF. I tried flash but it did not help much either. My best results have been either SAF single shot, or with burst mode; but again, the results have not been great/consistent. Is there any fairly easy & reliable work-around to capturing indoor pics of a fast moving toddler with an OM-D E-M5 without motion blur? I realize it could be a problem with my technique. However, if there is no easy work-around and another camera system would easily (or more easily) resolve this issue simply because of different AF & Tracking specs and technology, then I would be willing to invest in a new system. A local camera store mentioned the 6D, especially given the 6D low light capabilities. However, reading some reviews/forums regarding the 6D, it doesn't appear that it handles fast moving subjects well at all, which would be a problem for me - obviously. And it doesn't sound like the E-M1 would do the trick either. Not sure about the D600 (or the soon to be released D610); I considered in the past, but did not pull the trigger on it. A friend of mine suggested to just go ahead and buy a Mark III as it will be able to keep up with my daughter easily (now and in the future), and produce amazing pictures for a very long time. Obviously, this would be a pretty big investment (but one that I will be able and willing to make if necessary). However, I'm not sure if a Mark III would be too much of a jump from an OM-D E-M5 as I'm still learning the menu system of the OM-D and I've never owned a DSLR before. As you see, I am a bit conflicted, but in the end I am willing to make the necessary investment to get the pictures that I need, assuming the new camera would offer something that the OM-D E-M5 just can't produce, regardless of the technique employed. Size would not be a major factor, as this new camera would the "home, indoor, special event" camera, and I would have the OM-D EM-5 as the "on the go, travel" camera. Any thoughts/suggestions would be much appreciated, especially from folks with young children. Thanks much for reading.