Currently I'm a GH3 user and will probably buy the E-M1. We still haven't got any here in Hong Kong so I have to wait until the end of this month to actually see one. Not selling my GH3 as it's just a freak for video, but I've really come to love M43 and want to use it more for stills since I have so many nice M43 lenses now and maybe retire some of my heavy Nikon gear. Don't get me wrong, the GH3 is fine for stills, but the E-M1 has so much fine tech in it I can't resist :smile: The huge VF alone is worth it for me. Well done Olympus !! Some questions ... - Can someone explain the "my sets" functionality? Ideally I would love one dial for ISO and one to change aperture when in Aperture Priority ... with a live read-out in the VF of the corresponding changes to shutter speed when changing ISO. This is very handy for seeing how low a speed you can get away with with the IS engaged without sacrificing too much ISO or leaving it up to auto ISO ... without taking your eye off the subject. Like "Easy ISO" on a Nikon. I'm pretty sure this can't be done but it gets pretty close doesn't it? - With Auto-ISO, there is no way of setting a min shutter speed is there? - With regards to focus points, I like to choose my own focus point. Do I need to press some button on the camera before I use the 4 way selector to change the focus point or can I just use the 4 way dial straight up without the step of pressing another button first? - And also, is there anyway of locking the focus point to say the centre for those times I just want it in one position? This is handy for street shooting where everything happens quickly and at least you know exactly where the focus point is. Switching the touch screen off helps this, but a lot of times on my GH3 the focus point has moved around from the last shot as the dial has been accidentally bumped. - Again on focus points, a neat feature on the GH3 is that when you have the camera to your eye, you can actually move the focus point directly from the screen with your thumb. Makes composing easy in certain situations. Can you do this on the E-M1? - On my D800E, I use the "AF ON" button to focus, but hate the positioning of the "AF/AE" button on the GH3, so I just use the shutter button to focus. How are people finding the positioning of the "AEL/AFL" button on the E-M1? Is it nicely placed for your thumb and comfortable to use for focus? - In relation to exposure while using matrix metering (not sure what it's called in Olympus) is the camera using any sort of bias to whats underneath a selected focus point in it's evaluation? Hopefully it is just using matrix and evaluating the scene as a whole and not giving any weight to what is actually underneath teh selected focus point. The latest Nikons do this (give bias to what's underneath the focus point) and it drives me insane - I understand that continuous AF is not going to be the same in an E-M1 as it is in a big FF DSLR, however I hear it's much improved. Just how good is it? All I'd be looking for is for it to be able to say constantly focus on a person walking fast ... not sport or anything like that. Any issues with continuous AF? Tracking, I never use. - I'm in two minds as to whether I should get the new 12-40/2.8 or not as I already own and really like the 12-35/2.8 Pana and will continue to use it on my GH3 anyway. I hear the focus speed is exceptionally good on the E-M1 ... will I see any improvement in focus speed on my Pana lenses? - Lastly, when street shooting, I usually switch any sort of IS off ... do I need to switch off IS on the E-M1 when shooting fast moving street action? Thanks, and sorry for all the questions !!