That E-2/3/whatever was just a hunk of painted balsa wood. What worries me far more than the form of the E-2/3 is whether there will ever be an E-2/3. I have NO inside information of any kind, but I do keep wondering if Olympus bought the farm when they went with the 4/3 sensor size, and have discovered that they simply can't cram 10-12 mgp - which are required now for a pro camera - onto that small a sensor and still get the low noise levels that are required today. I sure hope I'm wrong, because the lenses are terrific, and the current body form - and construction - are wonderful. But it is now Feb. of 2007, and the E-1 is for all intents and purposes four years old. And in that time Canon and Nikon have brought out how many generations of pro and semi-pro cameras?