Well, yesterday evening I received my new Oly E-PM2 + kit lens. I haven't had too much time to play with it, but so far I like it bunches. A few early thoughts, and then some snaps... - Red + silver is not unattractive. Then again, I also own a bright yellow Pentax K-01. - The LCD is not so hot. Low-res by today's standards, and the image viewing area is only about 2.4". It's better in bright sunlight than some other LCD's I've used, though. - The kit 14-42 II r lens is decent. I'd read both positive and (very) negative comments about it, but I think it's a perfectly acceptable kit lens. Also... - The kit lens has really nice bokeh. Not necessarily in terms of subject isolation, but there is a lack of harshness in the OOF regions that I do not find in the Pentax kit lens. - Compared with my Pentax K-01 and just-sold Panny LX7, AF is very quick. In fact, I'd describe the camera, as a whole, as "nimble". - High-ISO RAW images are a bit noisier than I expected, and the files don't seem to like to be pushed too much - or perhaps I simply need to develop a better technique. The noise characteristic is peculiarly harsh, compared with the K-01. That said... - The IBIS seems to be superior to my Pentax's. This certainly helps mitigate the lesser high-ISO performance. - Touchscreen focus-points is awesome. Really.