Hi all, First post here, so howdy from Idaho! I recently decided to join the MFT ranks, getting a refurbished E-M5 with roughly 350 shutter actuation's from GetOlympus.com a few weeks ago. I have to say I rather liked it, until I noticed a few black frames here and there, and couldn't figure out why. I searched the web, found out that it was likely a sticky shutter, looked at my settings, ran a few tests, and sure enough, that appears to be it. Black frame first shot, every time, if I shoot a bright scene at f/2.8 and 1/4000 shutter speed after turning the camera on. Tried it on both the f2.8 60mm macro and the f2.8 12-40mm pro zoom with the same results. Here's my question... I called the Olympus tech support line, trying to find out how to return it for repair, and I was told it would be better to send it for exchange or a refund rather than repair it. Seemed a bit odd, but the lady on the phone was pretty persistent, and even told me that there's no E-M5s in stock to exchange, so I'd be better off getting a refund. I've been a Canon shooter prior to this, so I have no idea how Olympus is to deal with with these kind of matters. I like the camera, and if I send it in for a refund I'll probably order another one, new this time, but not through GetOlympus. So I'm curious... based on the experience someone here might have had, should I try to pursue a repair option, despite the advice from the tech support lady, or just bite the bullet, get a refund, and spend the extra money to get a new copy? Thanks for any advice!