I took my G2 out on a shoot last month, but I didn't touch the camera. The original reason that I got into m4/3 is because I wanted a smaller supplementary camera body than the Nikon D80, but I wanted something relatively serious so that I could teach family and friends how to use an SLR. We walked along Ladybird Lake in Austin so that my girlfriend could practice using MF lenses. I'm pretty proud of the shots she got. Feel free to critique the photos if you'd like, but I already told her my thoughts on them (mainly the pink flowers and the swan are mis-focused). The lenses that went out with us were all non-Ai (rabbit ears) versions: Nikkor-N 24mm f/2.8 Nikkor PC 55mm Micro Nikkor-Q 135mm f/3.5 First, a shot of the 55mm on the camera. Pretty solid setup, I think. The body is a nice size, so it stays out of her way, and is comfortable to use. The automatic viewfinder is nice.: This photo is uncropped, unedited, etc. Default settings RAW file, just converted to jped through lightroom. Taken with the 55mm, I think: Taken with the 55mm. Focus is back a little to far, I think there's some softness on the very front flowers, but she's learning! She's previously shot with my Olympus OM-1, so she knows the basics of composing. She really like the cactuses. New shooters always love the macro :smile: There wasn't a ton to REALLY go out and shoot, one day we'll need to hit up the botanic gardens or the zoo, when it gets cool enough that the animals will actually be active. Unedited Lightly developed in LR: Taken with the 135mm. This is a pretty long focal length, I told her to do her best and make sure that the shutter speed stayed high. I think she's focused a tiny bit too far forward: Taken with the 24mm, and edited for contrast. If you'll notice, the city of Austin has a spelling error on their park sign! I'll be taking the G2 with these lenses to shoot the ACL music festival, plus a recently acquired 14-42, and I may pick up a 20mm f/1.7 and an extra battery. I can't wait to see what this camera can really do! Overall, I'm very happy with it. I did some slight peeping, and I believe that I could print at max size on my Epson R1800 and be happy with the photos.