I've had my Air for almost a month now and I'm liking it. As I've mentioned before, I'm getting lots of great tips (#olympusairtips) from other Air owners in the Olympus Air A01 Facebook group. If you're. FB user and interested in the Air and how folks are using it, check out the group. If not, let's swap ideas here! So far I have only taken out my Air as my primary camera once or twice. One of those times I used it like a "normal" camera with my iPhone 6 in the coupler on the back of the Air. That worked reasonably well, but I obviously need to practice more because it did seem a bit awkward. I want to give it a try capturing birds or animals remotely from inside the house while the Air is on a tripod outside. Also look forward to trying it for some street photography where folks won't realize I'm actually taking pictures as I look down at my iPhone as though I'm texting or reading e-mail. I can also see placing it in places I can't be or up high to get semi-aerial shots. To that end, I've been experimenting with attaching it to an extended monopod and trying to attach my iPhone to the bottom of the monopod so I can hold the combo in my left hand while I control Air exposure settings with my right (http://www.infotor.com/blog/attaching-a-smartphone-to-a-pole-for-use-with-olympus-air-a01/). Some folks have tried some pretty cool things, such as encasing the Air in a see-through plastic cylinder to use it in the rain, attach it to outside of car and shoot video, put phone in coupler upside-down for different angle, placed the Air on road beside curb to capture car races, and the list goes on. What have you tried?