Let me preface this by saying that I am actually NOT planning on getting any more equipment for a while. But what happened was, I took advantage of the great deal that Samy's was running on the GF-3+ 14mm kit, for $199 all in, since the lens alone sells for that price, and I figured if I can sell the GF-3 body for $100 or so, I would effectively cut the price of the lens in half to me. Well, the kit arrived today, and the GF-3 is SO SMALL, that it makes my E-PL2 (which is my current 2nd body) seem bulky in comparison. Not to mention my G5, which is my main M43 camera - looks absolutely HUGE compared to the GF-3, So now I'm thinking of NOT selling the GF-3, but hanging on to it, on the premise that it, along with either the 14mm or 20mm pancake primes, really is a genuinely pocketable camera, whereas the E-PL2 is not quite so. I had already convinced myself that the E-PL2 served a necessary purpose, having IBIS and better control ergonomics than the GF-3 for manual or Aperture priority modes, so now I am finding myself rationalizing keeping BOTH the E-PL2 and the GF-3 as compliments to my G5. Could someone please talk me down from this precipice? I really DON'T need 3 different M43 bodies - but each of the darn things each do something I care about better than the other 2.