Personally I'm not a tech chaser either and I'm quite happy with my older MFT cameras. As a hobbyist I'll likely never reach its full potential. I only ended up with the GM1 per chance. Upon reading a thread about the failure of my original GX85, an incredibly generous member offered up the GM 1 along with a bunch of other stuff as they were in the process of a cleanout.I don't really mind the 7-month Single-in cycle, Matt (@MoonMind ).
Welcome to the GM or tiny MFT club. When I was actively shooting the GM5 and was looking for a bigger/more featured MFT, every millimetre counted. It felt like the GX9, E-M10, E-M5 were much bigger and bulkier. After going into a camera store again, I realised how truly small the whole system is as the lenses dictate the overall size. For me, though, a 10-year old, MFT is so much more than enough to satisfy my Linear ProPhoto RGB needs. We're really living in a time period where there's just so many choices.