A thought has re-occurred to me many times while browsing various threads in this forum. Lots of people make no mention of what lens, much less what focal length (if zoom)/aperture, was used in the images they post. Often there is mention of the body, sometimes the lens, often neither. My feeling is that I'm not that all that interested in what body was used for any photo on the site. All the m4/3 bodies can produce nice images and none of the bodies produces any particular 'look' to it, in the final image. What really DOES make a HUGE difference in the look of an image is the lens and the focal length, often the aperture, that was used. This may be an odd request, but, I'd sure appreciate other people's images even more if those people shared what lens (what focal length if a zoom lens) and perhaps even what aperture was used in the capture. As for what camera you used? For the vast majority of images, I really don't care. Myself, I do try to make a point of always indicating what lens was used in my images, if not the aperture and body. Of course, if a viewer really wants to make additional effort, they can attempt to find the EXIF info on a posted image, but wouldn't it be nice if everyone just made a quick note of the lens that was used, at least... so anyone can tell at an instant glance which lens was used to create an image? I think that would be a major benefit to all who browse these forums. Thanks for listening!