So I picked up an E-P3 a month ago with the thought that it would prevent me from wanting the E-M5 while saving a little money. I haven't used it all that much (though I do love how fast it operates), reaching back for the trusty GF1 when I know I need to get the picture right instead of futzing about learning a new camera. And naturally, I used the "saved" money to buy more lenses, and have effectively spent the same as if I would have just bought the E-M5!!! Threads like https://www.mu-43.com/f42/hardcore-weather-sealing-test-e-m5-12-50-lens-24755/ have me second guessing myself as I could see myself taking advantage of the weather sealing, given the capability. The reviews are all quite effusive in their general praise. It's fast, sharp, accurate, built well, excellent DR, very good high ISO performance (though bested by the better APS-C competitors at the top end). So now I'm torn... Solider on with an E-P3 and GF1, or sell what I can and get an E-M5. I'm thinking selling the following would pretty much get enough value (give or take) to pick up the E-M5 with 12-50. Black E-P3 (very low use, but no box) 14-42 II R 3x BLS-1 batteries (1 OEM, 2 aftermarket) VF-2 (black) Black GF1 (with SGP Deepblack Skin+Screen film, moderate use < 8000 shots) 3 batteries (1 OEM, 2 aftermarket) LVF1 FL-50 flash Probably have to lose one other lens... 20/1.7, PL45, or the 14-140 (though my wife uses that most of all) Would you do it? Would you trade it all for an E-M5? While I like having two bodies (wish they shared batteries), it's hard to shake the thought of an all-out upgrade.