I've been shooting a lot of film the past few months, having acquired a Bessa R and a Hasselblad 500CM, so have been hanging around the rangefinder forum to share some of my film shots, and an occasional image from the E-M5. As in this group here, the people there are friendly, encouraging, willing to share their ideas in a constructive way, almost never rudely or aggressively. There is on rare occasions the troll rearing its ugly head, but they are shot down rather quickly -- and decisively. Those are the characteristics that bring me back to mu-4/3.com. I feel like a know many of the people on this blog, and I am happy I do. From the sometimes feisty Bhupinder to the unfailingly polite and positive Rev. Bob, the friendly Twocatmew, (sorry I can't name you all!) there is a healthy variety of personalities and points of view, but things rarely get ugly. When they threaten to go that way the moderators step in with a firm but never angry or hurtful warning. I bring this all up and give thanks for it because I happened to click on a DPreview forum today. When I went to Asia last year I sold my XZ-1 and bought an E-PM1 as a second camera; I did not want to entrust those once in a lifetime shots to a point and shoot. But I've missed it, and having decided on replacing it, I wanted to read some comparisons between it and the Fuji X-10. On DPreview one fellow had some nice things to say about the XZ-1 in a head on comparison (reiterating what certain professional reviewers had also said, so he was not being insanely off the mark), and several follow-up posts heaped a kind of personal abuse on him that thankfully has no place on this forum, and no place, really, among civilized adults. Anyone with so fragile an ego that he cannot have a disagreement without exhibiting hateful rage, has a problem that needs to be referred to a professional. Unfortunately, it seems that cyber-anonymity can unleash a lot of meanness. (Political forums are even worse, God help us.) So thank you all for being so swell! Oh! I got the XZ-1 for $199 on Amazon. It was just too good a deal to pass up, especially as I have the VF2 already and know that I like this little beast as a raw shooter. I don't like its jpegs, but the developed raw files look really good. However I won't call you names if you disagree with me.