I shoot with an OMD. Really love the manual controls, and things like the image stabilization are of course really nice. For travel, I want to have a back up body. I don't have to have the current gen 16mp sensor. I don't have to have all the manual controls I love. I plan to buy used. It's mostly be to pass to the wife, with a zoom, for when she wants to shoot, and it will be my backup body if the OMD goes wonky, or gets stolen. It might get enlisted for street photography use, with a pancake or even the body cap lens. So I'm tempted to go for one of the very smallest 12mp sensor bodies, even though if I really end up using it instead of the OMD, I'll be cursing the lack of easy access to shooting controls every day until I replace the OMD. What should I be looking at? My inclination is: The Oly EPL family. The Panny GF family. The one thing I don't need or want but probably cannot avoid is on-body flash. I would LOVE to have an EVF built in, so the "range finder style" family of Panny bodies is of paramount interest. But ultimately, small & cheap is key since it's possible I'll shoot fewer than a thousand images on the thing, and it might be fewer than a hundred images. Almost like a spare tire you hope you never use, but still needs to be good enough you could get to your destination if you needed to.