I’m looking for a small digital camera that can use all of my old Leica M and Voightlander lenses (with the right adapter). I’d really like a digital version of my old Leica CL, or the Minolta CLE, which I still think is the best camera ever; compact, light, and can take quick shots on the fly. Now that the EP-2 is out it seems hardly worth waiting for, just a few more bells and whistles like “art filters” that seem a waste of space. The new viewfinder makes it significantly more bulky, and more like an SLR (which I do not like). I am VERY concerned about shutter lag, and have heard some say that the GF-1 is superior in that regard. I think just comparing the specs for shutter lag can be very misleading as in practice a camera with an advertised low lag time may have a shutter mechanism that does not give enough tactile feedback to insure that you know when the pic is being taken. I’d be interested in feedback from those who have actually used the camera over time. The EP-2 and GF-1 both sell around $1,200, while the EP-1 can be bought for $750. Plus, the chrome EP-1 just looks cooler. So the EP-1 sounds like a no-brainer. What am I missing here?