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In general, I agree that Wacom's tablets are great, but my biggest problem with them is they keep changing pens every year or so! I would buy many more Wacom products if they were not so quickly obsoleted. I now have three tablets and three pens (ArtZ, Graphire, and Intuos), all of which are incompatible with each other! I'm not about to run out and spend ~$80 for an airbrush or second pen, knowing it will be worthless with my next tablet. Nor will I buy the new Intuos 2, now that tech support told me THOSE pens were incompatible with my other three tablets! I do like Wacom, but they need some competition! I realize that technological improvements sometimes necessitate obsolescence, but I think a bit more regard for backwards compatibility would be good for both the graphics community and Wacom's sales.
Since this review has come out, a number of new lenses have been released or announced, and a new Matsushita partnership announced.
I have the 7-14, and to say the least, I am very impressed. I am using in for indoor panoramas, and the PTools correction figures for this lens are almost nil! I would have preferred a fixed-length 7mm lens with 2.8 or even 2 aperture, with less weight and lower cost.
The new f2 lenses are sure to be incredible -- both in performance, and unfortunately, cost.
I think Olympus is positioning this system as a boutique/specialist system. That's good for single-digit market share, a la Apple or Porsche. But their partnership with Sigma and Matsushita may end up providing a full range from consumer through "money is no object" types.