I have been really thinking about selling my E-P1 lately mostly because it is living as a paperweight on my desk these days. I have been using my GH2 (and G2 before that) for the past year and every time I grab the E-P1 I find myself putting it right back and grabbing for the something else. I don't dislike the E-P1 at all but the combination of sloooooooow AF, clumsy two dial controls (I really wish that Olympus would adopt the clickable thumb wheel like Panasonic cameras) and low resolution rear screen (that may as well be made of solid metal in bright light) don't do much to get me excited about it. It's a gorgeous camera. I added an Aki-Asahi black leatherette skin and GGS glass LCD protector so it really is eye catching. That however doesn't translate to many photos. It does make a cool paperweight though. I have even taken it to work with the P14 attached so that it's my only option. The P14 actually focuses reasonably quickly. But...on the days I limit myself to the E-P1 I come home with nothing. I even attempted learning to zone focus and try that figuring that would play to the E-P1's strengths. Let's just say that my zone focusing skills can best be described as "awful". I am taking a business trip in a few weeks and I realize that my first reaction is "there is no way I'm taking the E-P1" but I feel like I must be missing something. When I had an E-P3 I got comfortable with it because of how fast and responsive it was. The E-P1 is...well...not so much. I know it has a number of fans here so I am wondering if some E-P1 aficianados can give me some tips on how to enjoy it more. What am I missing?