As someone looking to upgrade my GF1 to something with a built-in viewfinder, I've been wavering between the GH2 and the G3. These pics (not mine) helped me a lot in my decision. Front: - The G3 is definitely smaller than the GH2, but other views show it much better. However, this is the one view that I feel the GH2 wins on looks (mostly in the "leather" grip.) Back: - Obviously, the G3 is a little more sparse, but it actually looks cleaner and newer (probably because it is.) The GH2 hinge looks bigger than it needs to be and the G3 "hump" is far more compact. Side: - The size difference is very noticeable here. Yes, much of the advantage goes away with a non-pancake lens, but even with smaller zooms, I feel the package will be more compact. Top: - Here, the idea that the G3 is more of a built-in EVF GF1 is very evident. It also shows that the G3 fits better with smaller lenses (14-42's, 14-45, 45's, 12, 14, 17, 20, 25.) The GH2 will definitely fit better with longer lenses, though I actually think that the compact design of the 14-140mm (front to rear; it's kind of a stubby - short and fat - lens) makes it look alright on the G3: If you click on any of the pictures, it will cycle through the set. There are many other photos of the G3 alone. I hope this helps others in my boat and I thank Hans at cameramu.com for posting the comparison shots.