Further to some posts here by Gerry about about the Olys, their names, and the smaller formats: They're all great choices. I like the feel of the u43 E-M series but the standard 43 seemed enough tiny for me and I'll be using these near vintage (?) models for the next few years until the u43rds craze dies down. When is a 8+ year old DSLR a vintage? It isn't. Shooting magazine covers with a 2001 DCS is still possible if it was back in the day. Keep the bodies in good order and it's entirely possible. There are so many choices today. For wildlife guys the u43rds + 300mm combo gives a 600mm punch in a tiny package but frankly, for anyone doing fashion any of the 43rds bodies seem to be enough. The way up for Oly is 43rds (again) with better and brighter prisms in their OVFs. I'll leave the EVFs for folks who like that kind of thing. It's possible they could put an OVF in a mirrorless (a la the Canon G series or the Nikon P7700 but they won't). So its "vintage" 43rds for me.