It occurs to me that something that is often mossed when we talk about digital cameras is the aspect of handling. We all have our preferences when it comes to what we want and make our chices accordingly. That said, you see a lot of comments about this camera or that having better IQ, shadow noise, dynamic range, blah, blah, blah. Now each of us has to make our peace with gear but increasingly I am seeing that for what I do there is so little difference between cameras and more and more my decision of what camera to use is based on what I like the feel of. I have my G2 and I like it. People continue to go on about Olympus color and better IQ with the GH2 or E-P3 but as far as I am concerned it is not significant enough for me to make a change. Take the G3. By all accounts a very nice camera. For me the lack of EVF eye sensor, dropping of some of the external controls and overall smaller size make it less appealing to me than my clunky old G2. That doesn't make it any less a camera than it is it is simply not my cup of tea. The reason I bring it up is I am struck by how easy it is to pick up a very nice used body. Every time a new camera model is released there is a rush to upgrade and suddenly you can't give the old models away. Right now there is a silver E-P2 on sale that I'd snap up in a minute if I had the money (it'd be a extra camera to play with) yet the seller is getting very little movement and I've seen it on at least three forums. Prior to the E-P3 there would have been a bidding war for one of those. The E-P2 is still a terrific camera. It still takes photos and while the E-P3 is "better by some measurements I still see a lot of great stuff being shot with E-P2s (and E-P1s).