i don't have very steady hands. since i've been using panasonics or a NEX up until a few days ago, i've been shooting with stabilized lenses or tripods at below 1/100 or sometimes even 1/150. i've been using my new E-PM2 with the kit lens, and last night i tried it with some legacy lenses. my success rate with the heavier legacy lenses wasn't high even with IBIS (canon FD 50 f/1.4 and canon FD 35 f/2), and i had to REALLY work to get the few that came out. i had better success with the lighter c mount lenses, but still underwhelming as around 60% came out sharp. i was interested in the oly 40-150 lens, not just because of its price but because of its lightness and the fact that i often read oly cameras focus a little faster and correct for oly lenses. my concern is that the IBIS may not be strong enough to counteract my shaky hands. thoughts? then there are 2 panasonic lenses i'm also considering - the 45-150 and the 45-175, which seems pretty neat overall. i'm wondering how bad the lack of in-camera correction is with these lenses. anyone use either of them on an oly who doesn't do much processing?