Hey everyone, I haven't been on the forums much in recent months due to a career change and lots of stuff going on. I've been meaning to finish a review I've written up on a month of shooting with the E-P5 as I had my name on the first two to make it into the state of Oregon. I was a bit undecided on whether to go with a second E-M5 or try something else. Ideally if I were shooting a lot of events/weddings I would sport to of those, but I don't really have the time or need to do that right now. While it was an expensive body, I thought the package was a good deal, and really enjoy using the 17mm f/1.8. Finding it to be a very nice focal length in general. While I prefer the "look" of the PL25 images, the wider field of view is much better for a lot of tighter situations. I had basically a day to mess around with the new body before heading up to rehearsal, so very little time with the camera. My main issue then was hitting the control dial thinking it was my exposure dial (from using the EM-5). Other than that I set-up focus lock etc. just like my EM-5. My fiancee was my assistant/back-up for the wedding, I armed her with the GX1/PL25 and stole it occasionally to take something. Maybe I'm super self-righteous but this was my favorite shot she took: Wedding Photography Lessons by J.Bower, on Flickr And onto the set: The Shoes... by J.Bower, on Flickr Rings by J.Bower, on Flickr Soft Mirror by J.Bower, on Flickr We commence to make you (Jump Jump) by J.Bower, on Flickr Uh-Oh by J.Bower, on Flickr The Bride by J.Bower, on Flickr A moment by J.Bower, on Flickr First Dance by J.Bower, on Flickr Couple of reception shots, the groom's brother was a great subject. To the left, to the what? by J.Bower, on Flickr I like the way you move by J.Bower, on Flickr I have a bunch more that I'll be uploading to flickr in the next couple days, and a ton more on my facebook site facebook.com/photosbyjbower (where IQ is terrible). This was the first wedding where I was the primary and really only shooter. I learned a ton about staging, keeping a schedule, communicating, and being adaptive. between the three bodies I came home with over 5k frames and spent a ton of time both up there and editing. I'm glad that I did it, but it is certainly something you gotta get right in the moment. I'll probably do more weddings in the future but will be very choosy with my clients. These two were great to work with and the overall stress/drama was pretty low.