Hi guys, I had entered the M43 world about a year ago when I acquired a Lumix GH2. I had upgraded from a Lumix FZ35 superzoom and was really excited to get worlds-better images and videos. Turned out, I never got to take advantage of all of the advanced features of GH2 since I was a P&S guy at heart. Also, whenever my wife used the GH2, she ended up accidentally pressing something or pulling a lever. As a consequence, she would always come home with awful out-of-focus pictures, etc (she ended up switching to MF or switching it to Program, Aperture, Shutter priority). Just last month, I finally decided to "downgrade" to the latest successor to the FZ35, the FZ150, and sold my GH2. I'm happy about the awesome reach of the superzoom again but I really really miss the low-light performance, the bokeh, and the generally better images that a M43 camera is capable of. Now, I'm not sure if I made the right move by making the shift. I started surfing the Net again (never a good thing) and I realized that the GH2 is now much cheaper than it was before! Back in February 2011, I bought my GH2 with 14-42mm for $1,000. Now, I can buy the GH2 with 14-140mm for $1,100!! Wowow!! But I'm still surfing and I finally took notice of the recent Olympus E-P3. It looks great! Awesome retro/classic rangefinder look with generally the same capabilities of the GH2 (minus the video capabilities), more vibrant SOOC/JPEG output, and really fun creative filters. I now come to my question at long last: if ever I return to M43, should I get the GH2 again at a great price? Or would the E-P3 be a good choice to return to M43? This way, I have a smaller camera that's easy to use and yet is still chockful of capabilities. I'm also taking a look at the Lumix GX1 which also looks good. Incidentally, I'll probably retain the FZ150 for wifey and for the zoom reach. Also, I still have my Lumix 20mm lens with me. Thanks in advance for your two cents!