When Micro Four Thirds was announced a number of years ago, I was very excited as I thought that it heralded the convergence of still photography and video in a small and versatile package. At the time I was shooting with a Canon 30D, 17-55 f2.8 IS and the Canon G7 and G10, so I thought this would be a great way to combine all of them into something smaller and lighter than the 30D. I hoped that, in time, I could shoot DSLR quality stills and full HD video with the same camera. Over the years the cameras have been improving, the lens lines have expanded, and finally the shooting performance and image quality rival mid level aps-c DSLR's. Depth of field control is not as good as full frame or even aps-c, but the tradeoff in terms of versatility and size may be worth it for many. With the Olympus OM-D and the upcoming Panasonic GH3, which ought to be a stupendous hybrid camera if the GH2 is anything to go by, Micro Four Thirds finally seems to be living up to the promise. Does anyone else feel this way? Have you held off from m43 until recently? Are you now more confident in the m43 format now with the OM-D and current lens line up?