First off, does anyone know of a single site that lists all of the Olympus/Panny M43's cameras and offers comparisons? I stopped reading about these things for a year and now there's a dozen models with confusingly similar names. Secondly, any recommendations for a VERY old-fashioned film photographer who only owns one camera with a working meter and doesn't have any patience for the kinds of confusing and horribly designed interfaces of the Canikon dSLR's? Must-have's: - Affordable: If money was no object to me I would buy an OM-D without even thinking about it. - Retro lens metering: Also A.P. auto-exposure with retro lenses. Since I have an army of OM lenses, I would be buying an adapter and using those as much as possible. - Simple controls: If it takes 5 button presses to do exposure compensation.... no good. Scroll wheel that does aperture settings is probably the most important control. - Durable: The more metal and the less plastic the better. - High IQ at night: I almost shoot more at night than in the day... seriously. - Viewfinder: may be the hardest qualification Don't-care's: - Art filters: don't/won't use them. - On-board flash: meh. - Image stabilization: whatever. - Movable screen: I could see myself using this rarely. - Hand grip: I have smallish hands for a guy, bulky grips just don't feel right to me. - Olympus v. Panasonic: I love my Oly camera collection but the Panny's I've seen are nice and well-built. - All black: The idea that "pros" shoot with black cameras is such a tired lame 80's fashion statement. - Kit lens: it would be nice to have AF for actiony type shots, but not a deal breaker.