Howdy, folks! I've been away from this forum for quite a while, but I'm glad to be back. I've got some questions on my mind, and I'd like to start off here... So the prevailing storyline is that Panasonic is much better for video than Olympus. Great, I believe it. Now then, just what the heck does that really mean, anyway??? I'm overwhelmingly a stills shooter, and I've been quite happy with my Oly E-P2. (Although I still have no idea why Oly doesn't bring back that beautiful swivel screen like on my old E-620. That still bugs me.) Nevertheless, I have the occasional desire to shoot video — primarily either little memento captures on vacation, or promo videos of my music. I'm not producing short films for Sundance, but having the capability to shoot and present a nice video would be a good thing. So then, in all practical terms, what would my picking up a cheap Panasonic camera bring to the table that I couldn't get from my E-P2? Or, say, an OM-10, were I to give in to my GAS? And how would a cheap Panasonic compare to, say, a similarly-priced, dedicated camcorder that's supposedly built specifically for video? (Note: I just now learned about the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 50% sale that ended only *yesterday*! Whew, that just saved me $500!) Thanks in advance for your replies!