I've had my OMD for about a month now and there's a lot to like about it. Lightning quick AF, touch screen activated shutter and AF, 5 axis in camera Is that works like a steadycam, fantastic low light capability that lets me shoot at ISO6400, IQ from a 2X crop sony sensor that performs as well as an APSC sized sensor, tilting screen, all metal weather sealed body. Having said that, there are some downsides to the OMD that I have encountered. Continuous and tracking focus can be unreliable. In a recent test, every other shot was blurred but in a previous test, all images were focussed. Admittedly I wasnt using the same lens. There's a whole stack of features as well and I'm just starting to play with them. Overall, It's a good value money proposition to the shooting that i like to do when compared to the more expensive Nex 7 and XPro1. Will be interesting to see how the OMD EM5 stacks up against the new canon EOS M.