I am back at this forum after years of absence due to dwelling into canon DSLR realm. I finally gave up on that because I travel to much and need something lighter than any DSLR I have owned. I just for rid of my Canon 5D MKII (had several bodies) and want something lighter. The problem is that I want it all, AF tracking, excellent low light capabilities and stellar IQ AND a decent video. I am used to the IQ of DSLRs so I do not want to lower that aspect to much. I have had a EPL1 before (and a GF1) so I know what to expect even though I hope recent m 4/3 sensors are way better that EPL1 and GF1 was (and that better glass is available now). Here are my options 1) Olympus OMD-D EM-5 (or 10 perhaps) with primes (the 12-40 2.8 did not get good reviews at photozone.de. There is a sale now where the price of OM-5 with kit lens is the same as OM-10 with the same lens. I am really worried that moving subjects is not possible - I definitely want something more than an expensive point-and-shoot. 2) Get a small DSLR body (the smallest Canon) to use with my existing lenses. Not a good option because the lenses are still big and heavy. Question, will this give me superior IQ and tracking capabilities? 3) Fuji XT-1. This looks so darn sweet and some reviewers recommend this for IQ over Olympus. But menu systems and usability (buttons etc) is a drawback. This is also the most expensive option and the lens selection is not so great. I guess my main concern and question is rather simple. Coming from a DSLR, will I be satisfied with OM-D EM-5 (or 10) when it comes to IQ? Can I get a tele that remotely as good as my 100-400 L? Can I get normal glass as good as my canon EF-50 1.4? Help...Any views are appreciated. Seriously, I need some sorting out on this one.