Nothing about this here for some reason, but I really like the look of the GX7. (Well, not specifically the look, though it's nice enough.) http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/panasonic_lumix_dmc_gx7_review/ plus lots of other reviews if you google for GX7. I get a lot of use out of my old chunky no nonsense GF2 but it has flaws - e.g. dynamic range not so amazing, high ISO not brilliant (bearable at 1600 but not great and 3200 is pretty horrid) and no viewfinder (plus you can't turn off the touchscreen! Which means I have loads of pictures of random shit.) And it's quite noisy. The GX7 though has a much better sensor - OM-D level - plus an EVF which is supposed to be great. It has a stealth mode rather than the annoying "clack" of the GF2. It has IBIS which works on any lens, including old manual ones, plus focus peaking so you could actually use them properly. Articulated screen, eh, not so fussed about that but it's occasionally handy. Dead fast AF in low light. Not cheap at £800-odd body only but it looks like a camera that would last a long time. It's getting to the point where bodies are good enough that I am prepared to spend money on the basis of using one for many years, and the m43 lens market is good and will carry on for a while. I like the rangefinder style a lot and seem to get the most use out of it with digital.