I'm very happy overall with my OM-D E-M10 but there are times I wish I had a true "pocket camera" like the Canonet G3 I carried in my film days when I wanted to leave the OM-1 home. Current compact cameras have lousy image Q and too much shutter lag to be useful. The GM1 with the 12-32 is the right size, has similar image Q to the E-M10, can use the Oly lenses in a pinch...all good stuff. The current $400 blowout price is reasonable...I had considered the $300 Pen PL6 but it's not small enough without paying extra $$$ for a pancake lens. It's the cons that I'm wondering about. I'm still not happy using screens outdoors. There's only the onboard flash and the slow sync speed makes it almost useless for fill in bright light. No IS with my other lenses. Of course, if I really use it as a fixed lens pocket camera instead of a second body then only the lack of a finder really matters. Looking for opinions and experiences from GM1 owners using it as a pocket camera.