A couple of days back, I was carrying my E-P2 on my right shoulder, as always, with the lens turned in, except this time I was carrying it under my jacket as it was drizzling. I reach my office and take off my jacket and to my horror the VF-2 is GONE! I scrambled all over Manhattan trying to retrace my steps and find the viewfinder, but in vain, it was gone! Needless to say I was very, very disappointed as I had just bought the Pana 20mm lens and hadn't even begun using it. Then yesterday, I started having another unusual problem with the camera itself, every 2nd or 3rd frame was dark or terribly underexposed. I tried a few things but no avail, even resetting the camera didn't help; something had gone wrong. The only saving grace in all of this was that the original seller agreed to take the camera back, minus of course a deduction for the VF-2. So overall I didn't lose much money, but the whole experience has just left me disappointed as I was hoping to carry my kit to Peru (leaving this Saturday) and now I can't. Instead I'll be lugging the E-30. I sincerely think that the VF accessories need to have better locking mechanisms, the least they could do was provide a lock nut like a flash!