Hello, I am a previous Nikon D700 user. I mainly shoot street candids and night scenes. You may check my portfolio here; http://www.flickr.com/photos/senerhayat/ Earlier this year I had to sell my gear in order to finance a vacation. I am now able to buy back my gear. Before when I had the FF setup I was thinking of complementing my it with a smaller camera, namely Nex-5N. But for some recent months I am aware of the m4/3 format. I think this format will suit me more in my street candids, due to smaller lenses, faster AF and quieter operation. I am contemplating to build a m4/3 setup before I will buy back my FF gear. You see getting street portraits with D700 and a huge-ish fast prime or tele mounted on it is nice, enjoyable, color depth, bokeh, FF and all that.. But big equipment lacks any stealth (which limits you in certain circumstances), and it starts getting cumbersome to carry everywhere, or after a certain time. And I also desire to try a new angle for my photography. I am not a pixel-peeper and "6400 ISO must be squeaky clean" guy, so differences in IQ will not matter, at least not to any serious degree. But I am fond of Olympus jpeg outputs. I am considering to build a set consisting of the e-m5 + Pan 14mm + Oly 45mm. I am desiring to use, especially the 45mm with the touch shutter. I think it can be very enjoyable to take candids while holding the machine at hipshooting position, tilting the rear screen up and touch-shuttering that silent shutter all day long without anyone noticing. And it could add to stealth since I won't be raising the camera to eye level. The fast AF may even allow shooting while walking. ... or am I imagining these? I wonder. Is the E-M5 feasible like this, and with these lenses? Or is it simply more comfortable to use with the viewfinder at eye level? I am into trying a new thing here, so I would appreciate all sorts of remarks and suggestions. Also if I cannot get the E-M5 at a reasonable price, I am also considering the E-PL5, so you may as well comment on that camera too. Thanks in advance, my regards.