Hi all, I've been in kind of a dormant phase in my extracurricular or art photography for many years now. I am actually a professional photographer who specializes in numismatic photography (if you can believe that) but that's beside the point. The Mu-43 systems from Olympus seem very appealing to me, and I'd like your input on the gear I end up choosing. I've been kind of blasé about digital photography for the longest time. I hated lugging around [Canon] DSLRs and lenses, and so I had a long period of using old film cameras. I had a Hasselblad 500cm, a Yashica TLR, a Minolta Autocord (which was my favorite of those medium format cameras), but I preferred something smaller so I had a variety of Olympus 35mm cameras: OM1, OM2, 35-RC, 35-SP, XA, and Stylus Epic. But I got sick of shooting/processing/developing/scanning film, and so I've just been using Canon s90-s100 on vacations for the past several years. My favorite gear from those film days were the 35-RC for its size, normal lens, and sharpness (not so great "bokeh"), the body of the OM1n with a gorgeous Zuiko 100mm ƒ2.8 lens attached (I had a 50mm but felt kind of limited by it), and the Olympus Stylus Epic which I've taken some of my favorite photos with (but lacks a lot control). I see lots of potential with the new line of Oly M43 cameras. For sure the first lens I want would be the Zuiko 17mm/1.8. I mean I've seen lots of example photos from it and something about it reminds me a lot of the Stylus Epic (besides from it also being a 35mm equivalent focal length). I dither about the OMD EM10 vs the PEN EPL7. Both are pretty much the same price on Amazon right now, and I like the compactness of the Pen. But the viewfinder and control dials on the OM seem like a big plus. Pen seems more fun (which is my only goal here). OM seems more functional. Tough decision. Anyone else agonize over this? Finally what would be the modern equivalent to that 100mm I mentioned? I, unfortunately, sold it long ago. Wish I held onto it.