Do you know Epicurus? Epicurus was a very wise Hellenistic philosopher. He said: "Don't spoil what you have by desiring what you don't have; but remember that what you now have was once among the things only hoped for." He is so right with this! Everybody who suffers from gear acquisition syndrome should read and internalize this. I have learned the lesson. When I had a Nikon D90 I longed for a lighter camera, bought an E-PL1 and sold the D90. After selling the D90 I longed for the image quality I had when I owned the D90 and therefore longed for a DSLR again despite the knowledge that any other DSLR would suffer the same fate as the Nikon D90. Although Olympus repaired all lenses very well, the fact that all my Olympus lenses needed service made me very unlucky with my µ4/3 gear. Some of you know that I got the Nikon D5100 and some lenses soon after the D5100 was available. The lenses were decentered and my neck ached again because of the weight. Thus I brought the D5100 back and made peace with Olympus. After that experience I put my Leica Summicron 50mm on my E-PL1 and took some photographs in the botanical garden using my great tripod. I did not know what my E-PL1 is capable of with a lens like that until I took some shot with that lens and the best shooting discipline I am capable of. I bought a Canon FD 100mm macro soon after the bad experience with the Nikon D5100 and the decentered lenses. Now I fully appreciate the advantages of the gear I own. I have a camera which is light and lenses which are great and a tripod which is light and sturdy. I am happy with the gear I own and do not long for a DSLR anymore. At the moment I am not even sure if I would buy a new Olympus with a new sensor. I can do so lovely things with the gear I already own and there is so much more I could do with it. Ataraxia, which every epicurean aims for, is near at last. Many thanks, dear Epicurus, my wise friend!