I like the GX7 so far. I like the ergonomics and the sensor does a good job in most conditions. The only area I've had some issues with it is on portraiture using a 400w/s strobe and fill lights. I get the photo adjusted to a sane level and when the prints come back from the print service the skin tones are just slightly grayed. In most cases it's not a big issue but I did have one irate mother who wouldn't show the photos to her daughter until I "fixed" the gray cast to a more natural skin tone and sent her some new prints. I was just preparing another batch of portraits today and I did notice a slight change to the skin tones that, if allowed to get much more obvious, would definitely change the color. I don't have examples because what I see on screen is not really what is in print and the changes are subtle. I know about calibrated monitors and what not but I've never had an issue with skin tones before. I'm starting to think that, with the E-M1 now taking center stage in my arsenal, I'm getting to the point of ditching the GX7 in favor of an E-M10 or something to use as secondary prime lens/backup camera. I like the camera and I like the colors but the skin tone reproduction is, to me, not quite right and I'm honestly not sure at all what needs tweaking to bring them back in line. I know there's a lot of moving pieces between Lightroom and Mpix's printers. I get all that. But I only see this on prints made from the Panasonic so far so it seems to be something emanating from the sensor and/or Lightroom's handling of the RAW files (even though they look great on screen).