I recently spent about two weeks traveling through Spain with an E-PM1. Actually, this trip was the whole reason I got into M43. I wanted to lighten my usual travel kit -- Canon 60D, 10-22, 35L, and 100L (~2400g!) -- and the Panasonic 7-14 kept enticing me with its tiny size and 14mm (135 equiv) coverage. Unfortunately the E-M5 wasn't due to ship until well after the trip, so I chose the E-PM1 and added a VF2 viewfinder, 7-14, 25, 40-150, and 2 spare batteries. I was happy to discover that this entire whole kit fit inside a small travel box and reduced the total weight by over 50%. And while the image quality wasn't quite as good as the Canon, it was still very good, and I loved being able to carry it all day without feeling tired or hassled. About 75% of my shots were with the 7-14, and nearly all the rest were with the 25. The only reason for the 40-150 was for a specific shot of the Alhambra that I had planned in my mind before the trip. I barely used it otherwise, but it served that one purpose very well. Anyway, enough chatter. Here are some of the photos from the trip: Statue of Columbus (Barcelona): Cathedral (Barcelona): Alhambra (Granada): Alhambra fortress: Cathedral (Seville): Plaza de Espana (Seville): Mezquita (Cordoba): Mezquita: Atocha train station (Madrid): Reina Sofia Art Museum (Madrid): And if you're interested, I put together a 54-photo highlights album here: https://plus.google.com/photos/110206169594070357955/albums/5737091214253441569 In all, I'm pretty satisfied with my M43 travel experience. I was able to enjoy the trip more and worry about my equipment less, and I still managed to get some decent photos to remember the trip. My only regret is that I didn't get the E-M5 in time for the trip, but that just means that I have to go back some day, right?