My question to you is this, why don't manufacturers seek to improve their current line ups as opposed to developing entirely new ones? It seems that they churn out a new body to offer the latest tech and lose much of what was good about the previous model. Do you think that they intentionally design in faults so that they can be improved with the next model in some kind of marketing conspiracy? I hear the OM-D has cheap unresponsive buttons (don't know this as a fact),but don't you think with olly's experience and product testing they would have picked up on this. Bet they sort it on the next new model.......but that will have it's "new faults". Look at the evolution of the GF series. GF1 with weather sealing, IBIS, 16mp and improved firmware anyone? Why not, instead of the lash up that followed? And another thing why doesn't Panasonic improve the 14mm pancake??? Not a bad lens but it could be a legendary one with some development. Sure there's others too. Are they worried the they might produce something so perfect that you'll never buy another new piece of kit again? Discuss.