My first M43 camera is my favorite and I still have it, the PM2. For size and shape it has no competition and it is the same sensor as the OM-D5 which suits me fine. I prefer prime lenses, so promises of a newer, longer zoom do not interest me. Even the kit lens did not impress me. More happy with the Pany 14 and 20mm pancake lenses, and the Oly 25 and 45mm lenses. It saddens me to see Olympus dump its imaging system. And, I don't think Panasonic will improve the system much; only maintaining it for now. So, I have been looking at what Sony, Fujifilm, and Canon M has to offer. But, I have some doubts that these makers will maintain their smaller, lighter bodies for long as well. Full frame is just so much the future, right now. Am just sort of confused and unsure how to get past all of this at the moment. May be just best to chuck it all and go for a good smartphone camera, instead. That's the trend which seems to have no doubt of a future.