So I just saw on Olympus' Facebook page the announcement of the Stylus 1: http://www.getolympus.com/us/en/dig...k&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=announcement Looks like an EM1 with a fixed lens. It's a 28-300/2.8 constant aperture zoom and will have an MSRP of $699 when it comes out in December. I'm seriously thinking about ditching my 45-175 lens and getting this camera for my tele shots. I'd much rather have a 28-300/2.8 as long as the glass is good, which I'm sure it will be. This is an interesting trend and one that I think is long overdue. It seems that camera makers are recognizing the advanced amateur market and making more reasonable zoom ranges with constant apertures rather than the 24-8000 that looks good in an advertisement but has a 5.6-8.0 aperture and looks like mush at both ends of the zoom range. The Sony RX10 is another camera that fits this mold with its 28-200/2.8 but it's twice as expensive as the Stylus 1.