Just ordered an EPL7. I swore I wouldn't be back. That I'd make the Sony system work: a7 + a6000 + RX100, and that I would force myself to shoot Sony-only in 2016. Is Dec 13th close enough (my last m43 shot was 12/29/15)? On their way from B&H store: EPL7 w/kit lens, O9-18 and P45-150. Looking to add a used P20, and for ~$1000 that will be a great, compact travel kit. (actually, almost all of this will be recouped by selling my Sony APS-C gear, so it's really a lateral move for a more travel-friendly setup) Reasons for the return to m43: 1) Lenses -- size, quality and cost. For Sony, lenses come in two types for the most part -- cheap-and-it-shows, or good, expensive and big (at least 2 of the 3, and often all 3). I want good, compact and affordable. There aren't enough options for a kit like that in Sony. 2) Fun. The a6000 is just not that fun to shoot. Neither is the RX100 nor the a7, but the RX100 and a7 have niche uses that I need. The middle camera is supposed to be my "fun" and "inspiring" everyday-use camera, and the a6000 just isn't. The EPL7 looks fun -- flip screen, touch-to-shoot, Oly filters and jpg control, an actual dial (as opposed to the previous EPL or EPM series) and I do find the selfie thing useful for travel. We did a lot of family selfies in London in 2015 with the O9-18, but without the selfie screen. The screen will help a lot for sure. 3) JPG shooting. I went all Sony for several reasons, but one is because of their better saturated colors and high ISO. Oddly, I miss the color response of my old Oly's, the (IMO) superior OOC B&W, and because I like to shoot jpg, the better in-camera controls for jpg shooting. I'll keep the a7, so if I need "super clean" I'm covered there, but I do miss Oly jpg. Any rate, hope to see the goods in a few days, and will post some pictures.