Hey guys, I need some help... I've been using my E-PL1 for little over a year now and I'm mostly satisfied. However I've been wanting to upgrade ever since E-PL2 but didn't see the upgrade worth it. Now I'm thinking of buying myself the E-PM1 - but as a future 2nd camera! Let me explain. I have a serious GAS and I really want to buy a newer, better camera! However I don't think the current models are worth the money (comparing to what I already got with E-PL1). I was thinking I could buy smaller camera to be my current 1st choice camera that would be "replaced" in the future by E-PL4 or E-PL5... What I want from my next camera is 1) faster continuous mode (3 or 5 fps) 2) better autofocus in low-light 3) faster autofocus 4) and most of all: better pictures when using higher ISO (even E-PL1's ISO-800 tend to be too noisy for my taste) At least the first three would be covered with E-PM1 but how about the ISO noise? I try to avoid shooting with flash indoors but in order to get photos that are good enough I've been "forced" to use the (bounce) flash with E-PL1. Since E-PM1 can't manage that, is the ISO noise noticeably lower? Or is there a small external flash for PENs that can be bounced? So, considering that I could get an E-PM1 (body only) for ~400$ and I do like my E-PL1 (to a point)... Does it make sense to get an E-PM1 now and get a "much better" camera in there future? Or are the changes between E-PL1 and E-PM1 too small so I should just hold on to my E-PL1 and wait...? PS. I had a Nikon D7000 for a week and even though I like it's ISO performance I can't imagine getting a bigger camera than E-PL1. First of all it felt really uncomfortable in my hand. After shooting at a sporting event for 2 hours my wrist was getting tired. I love how my E-PL1 feels in my hand. And I've tried the E-PM1 a few times in a store and I'm pretty sure that with a grip it could be as comfortable as the E-PL1.