Since I got my E-M10 kit and the 75-300 lens for a Yellowstone trip last summer, I have added a couple of primes and the O40-150 f/4-5.6 to complete a very nice m43 setup which I am very happy with. I am thinking about adding a second body and the one of the 14-1x0 superzooms so that my wife and I can both be on m43. As we gear up for spring activities for our 2 middle schoolers, we have a lacrosse season, couple of band concerts, a couple of dance performances (among other things) which we would like to photograph. I think we are ok with our current lenses for most of these, though I will look to rent either the P35-100/2.8 or the O40-150/2.8 for the dance performances. Occasionally, we would like to have one of us shoot a (home) video while the other is taking pictures, though there are always phones for this these days. My question has to do with the choice of the second body. As I see it, my choices are: E-PL7: Latest generation PEN-lite body. Essentially an EM-10 without an EVF, uses the same batteries as the E-M10, can be combined with the O25/1.8 for a small and light package (purse camera?). $319 refurb at Oly site. E-M5 Mk I: Would then be a bigger brother to the E-M10, but gives 5-axis IBIS and some other improvements. Different battery, so more chargers to manage, etc. Weather proofing would be nice, esp. if I upgrade to the f2.8 zooms in the future. $379. E-P5: 5-axis IBIS in a PEN body with great styling. Again, different batteries. About the same weight as my E-M10. Very attractive with the O17+VF4 package for $599. Another E-M10: No need to learn a new interface, common batteries, I already like the camera, etc. But I already have one, so where is the fun? $399. Additionally, I have thought about the E-PL5/E-PM2 and they can be had cheap enough if I want to go used, but I feel that the PL7 may be a better option than either of them. Panasonic bodies look good too, but I will try and limit myself to Oly for the moment. We still have a Nikon D40 with the kit zooms and 35/1.8 DX, so there is always the option of not spending any more money. Would welcome thoughts and comments from others who have made this call. In particular, am I being overly sensitive to the battery issue? Never worried about it with the Nikons I used, but clearly an issue with the Olys. Would I gain from 5-axis vs 3-axis IBIS? Anything I am missing as I think about this?