Thanks for the reply. I saw Robin Wong's write up and was impressed. I had a short time to look the OM-D EM5 over at a local store, and while I liked the size and feel, I felt lost trying to set up anything. The clerk had one himself and said it was easy to learn, but I did not want to tie up his time with too many questions as there were a lot of customers in the store, and anyway they didn't have one for sale, only the demo. One thing I noticed that when I set the focus point and af mode and turned the camera off and then on again, the settings seemed to revert to a default mode and I had to redo them. I wasn't too happy with having the instructions on a CD either. My Canon S95 came that way, and I found that you can't take a CD with you for reference like you can a printed instruction manual. The lens I would be interested in at first would be the 14-42mm. It is very compact and that is one reason why I am interested in the Oly. I would miss the wide end with that zoom, as one of my favorite Nikon lenses is the 16-85 DX VR. But I feel that lens and a D90 or D300 body is pretty heavy to carry around all day, hence my interest in the Oly.