except I do not use WB (always UniWB) and I do not film movies - so for me Panasonic has 2 useless buttons on top that I can't reprogramm... and more so I can't disable WB button (which I press by error once in a while)
Like I said, cameras are personal. What I like others loathe, and vice-versa.
I dig the little olympus, the 5 probably would like the 3, the pana to me is just easier (and a whole lot more normal looking). Still, I can shoot with both, get paid, life keeps clicking.
But on the subject of quality. That is so subjective. I'm not saying cameras haven't improved, in some ways they have, but find me a photographer that wouldn't love the viewfinder of an Nikon FM or a OM1 film camera, in today's digital world and well, I think anybody would be surprised at how much we gave up with digital.
You know, a few years ago I had a gig in Brazil and Mexico. Knew I needed low light and a faster camera so I bought a 1d mark 3, (not 1ds) which was just 10 mpx.
This gig was for a big coffee table book and the publisher was just crazy tech centric about not interpolating, having all the detail they could get, etc. etc., so I bought the 1d3, did a test, uprezzed the crap out of it, stripped out the metadata and shipped it. They loved it, thought it was from a medium format camera and shot the gig, the book was pretty.
So quality is as much perception as reality.
This is a small take from that book.