I will soon (hopefully) be getting an E-M5 which will replace my Olympus E-620. I had an LX5 as my second, pocketable, take anywhere camera. I recently sold this and replaced it with the Panasonic GF-3, thinking it was pretty much the same size (sans lens). I figured I would be losing the useful zoom range and a bit of pocketability but gaining in image quality and the ability to share lenses with the E-M5. I bought the kit with the 14mm lens as this was one I probably would have bought anyway for the Oly. So...I've used the GF-3 a bit and I like it, but I feel I miss the IBS and I'm wondering if I should replace it with one of the Pen series. Minimum size was a major factor in my choice and this is what put me off buying a Pen (along with price!) but now I feel that I'll be carrying it in a bag anyway, so size is perhaps not as important as I thought. It will be used at family events and live music shows where low light ability is important and as a walk around camera in the city when I don't want to take the E-M5. It will be a second body with a wider lens when I'm out shooting wildlife with my 70-300 on the E-M5. At the moment I'm also enjoying using the GF-3 with a reversed MF lens for taking macros. What do you think...should I switch to a Pen, and if so, which model would probably suit me?