A few days ago, after getting into my car after walking around shooting most of the day, I realized it finally happened. I lost my EP-10 eyecup for my EM-5. I knew it was a matter of time. It popped off a couple of times, but I always managed to find it. I know I could have glued the sucker on, but the thought of applying glue to my camera really didn't appeal to me. So I went online and promptly ordered one from Adorama, swearing that this time, I was going to put some super glue on it. It arrived today, just in time too. I'm taking pictures of the LA marathon tomorrow and I was hoping that it would get here in time. When I tore it out of the bag and tried to put it on... I realized something. It didn't want to slip in like my old eyecup did. I put some hard pressure on it and :OP:: it went on. It's on very snug now. I don't think I need the glue... This made me think. I either a) had a defective eyecup, b) had a broken eyecup and did not realize it, or c) Olympus made some changes to the eyecup (possibly due to complaints of people constantly losing one) and didn't tell anyone about it. Did anyone else have a similar experience putting on a new EP-10?