A very gently used Olympus E-M5 will be in my possession tomorrow. I had one for a couple of years before selling it to partially finance my "upgrade" to Fuji X. I have sold and shipped out the last of my APS-C gear. I found that the difference between MFT and APS-C was not as great as I first thought, and I really do prefer more compact cameras. I sold the first E-M5 with full knowledge of what I was doing, a decision I am quite happy to be able to reverse. This time, there will be no adapted lenses or large pro lenses. In fact, I have sold or given away all of my cameras and lenses except my Fuji X30 and a couple of film cameras I wanted to keep. I quite like the X30; it and the E-M5 will complement each other nicely. I feel like leaning out my photo gear will work for me very well.