I love the Micro 4/3 platform but more importantly, the fact that my wife can easily handle the camera makes for a HUGE plus. I've also thoroughly enjoyed using my Olympus OM-D E-M5 for the past year. With that in mind, Olympus just unleashed their second OM-D body raising the bar yet again.
Continuing with the confusing naming scheme, the OM-D E-M1 is debuting along two amazing M.ZUIKO Digital ED "Pro" lenses both with constant f2.8 maximum aperture. Upgrades include the newly redesigned 16.3-megapixel micro four thirds sensor utilizing the latest TruPic VII image processing engine which allows for FAST (Frequency Acceleration Sensor Technology) Autofocusing. (sorry for that long sentence)
The technology is getting good enough that inexpensive DSLRs no longer really make sense. Once upon a time, "real" photographers would have cringed at the thought of using an electronic viewfinder, but that's just not the case any more.
update: Steve Huff just posted his first impressions. Definitely a great read!