Yes, it appears to be a very nice camera. Maybe the first from Fuji that isn't a functional disaster. But it's $1700 for the body so don't expect a GF5 to be a replica of it or the old L1. The L1 is worshipped in some quarters because of its apparent quality and style advantage over the Olympus gear of the time. But I used it. It was not comfortable, it was like holding a brick. The E-1 (which was still around) egonomics put it to shame, as did the body quality of the E-1. The GF5 will likely be another plastic cheapy like the GF3. The GX1 is what you want if you need some quality, much like the old GF1. As for a built-in EVF...I'm afraid with Panasonic you are stuck with the very nice GH2.