Now wouldn't that be nice, a beautiful circular, diagonal split image, focusing screen. With or without microprism, it's your choice. When manual focusing I can't seem to get on with magnifying the center section, especially when hand held. As I press the button I'm never sure if it's in focus or not or if the framing is as intended. Even with a tripod I find I'm turing the ring going back-and-forth-back-and-forth-back-and-forth. I can't recall having such manual focusing problems with my Nikons of old with their beautiful split images. Even the Nikons of today have left and right arrows and a green dot that lights up when focus is achieved. Why is m4/3 lacking in this respect......OR is it me, I have a E-M5 and a GH2. Anyone else have MF problems, I find it worse when doing close-up/macro shots. MF without an indicator, green dot, or snap-in/snap-out is very subjective I find. Suggestions welcome.