I had a shoot yesterday. I grabbed my beloved E-M1, the 12-40, and 2 lights, and went off to create art. It was a really fun time. The model was excellent to work with. The makeup artist was phenomenal. She was an experienced model herself, and had a ton of experience directing models. Before I could even say a word she jumped in and started directing, and I enjoyed the rare opportunity to just stand back and shoot. It was my first time working with an actual art director for a shoot. However, near the end of the 4 hour event, between the constant makeup changes and lighting changes, the reality of having to have 3 people chimp on a 3" display started to wear on all of us. She made the comment that it would have been really nice to be able to shoot tethered, and she'd prefer to work that way in the future. At this point, I'd probably have thought... ouch. But the reality is, I was in 100% agreement and I've complained about it quite often on these forums over the last few months. I was not enjoying not being able to shoot tethered for this event, and now I'm re-evaluating my decision to do future paid work on the E-M1 over the 6D. Which is a real shame. I loved both shooting on the E-M1 and the results I got.