Hi everyone! I've been reading stuff on this forum for quite some time now - I'd say a couple months at least. My interest in µ4/3 started when I was looking for a small portable companion to my full frame DSLR kit. I got a pretty deal of Amazon on a Olympus E-PL3, bought the famed Pany 20mm to go with it, and I've been stunned by the results. So stunned, in fact, that I started reading a lot about the OM-D E-M5. At first it seemed like a joke: how could such a small camera replace my big manly DSLR? That was two months ago. I bought the OM-D last week and took about 250 shots with it this week-end, using it alongside my 5D MkII. I'm sold, really. All that's left to do now is sell all my Canon gear (I don't have the money to keep two complete systems) and buy a couple more lenses for the OM-D. As for the most important part, the photography: it's strictly a hobby for me, I'm only 25 but I started taking pictures when I was 12 (B&W film, I was doing my own processing). I mostly take travel pictures, some street, and I'm getting a bit into urban exploration these days. I'm not sure if that's allowed but here's a link to my flickr, if anyone is interested. Thanks for reading this and please excuse my french: I'm from Paris, France!