I was in Best Buy over the weekend and finally had the chance to handle a Sony SLT A57 in person. I must say I was impressed. First, the EVF - which isn't even the upmarket OLED version found in the A77 and A65 - is the size of a full-frame film camera viewfinder. That alone blew me away. Quality is just fine. I loved the way all of your information can be projected onto the EVF screen, including the artificial horizon. Or not, if you don't want it. And then were was the focus peaking. The size of the camera is about the same as a Pentax K-5 but is noticeably lighter and all the controls were highly intuitive. Autofocus (phase detection) was extremely fast, but I don't know if it's any better than my K-5. Burst modes range from 3 to 10 fps. I must admit that I was tempted to pick one up. I thought to myself, "This wouldn't be a real kit. I have my Pentax gear plus my micro four-thirds gear. This would only be a fun experiment. Perhaps I could stay with one zoom or one prime for a while and maybe add one or - at most - two lenses as time goes by. That would be it. This looks like a lot of fun." But then I came to my senses and realized I have no business buying into yet another system. And I'm sure the G5, GH3 or E-P4/5 will have much that I want. Still... that EVF looked like so much fun. Perhaps if the same EVF is in the new and even-smaller A37 (which is about the same size as a Panasonic GH2), I could get into that for even less money and stay with, say, a single 35mm prime. Just for fun, you know.