I'm getting worried that my love affair with u43 is heading for a crash. The reason? - it's the flippy screen and the prospect that all u43 cameras are going that way. With the Pen-F and the E-M5ii using them it seems highly likely that the E-M1ii will go the same way. And of course, the Panasonic cameras follow the same path. Although I use the EVF a lot, I also use the screen flipped out so that I can shoot from the waist. I'm in NYC at the moment on business but took a few hours out yesterday to do some photography and I probably took 60% of the shots from the waist with the screen flipped out. Going back to the hotel I popped into Best Buy and played with the E-M5ii. Using the flip-out screen to shoot from the waist is very, very clumsy and I really don't think I want to use a camera that behaves that way. "But your E-M1 still works" I hear you say - yes, but I'm really expecting the E-M1ii to step up the game in sensor IQ - from both a newer sensor and a hand-holdable Hi-Res mode. I can't see the E-M1 and the current 16Mp sensors being truly competitive for much longer. In fact, shooting in the NY Public Library yesterday with a colleague and his D810, I was struggling with DR and noise to get even near the quality of his shots. I know that FF is bound to be better, but I think that u43 needs to progress for it to remain an enthusiast's camera - and if that means flippy screens only, then I think I'll be out.... Am I being extreme?